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Q: In which landmark case did the Supreme Court find a Virginian law preventing marriage between people of different races unconstitutional? A. Adarand Contractors v. Peña B. Loving v.
Virginia C. Korematsu v. United States D. Craig v. Boren
A: C. Korematsu v. United States
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User: What clause of the Fourteenth Amendment helps ensure we are all treated equally? A. the free exercise clause B. the right to a jury clause C. the equal protection clause D. the establishment clause

User: In which landmark case did the Supreme Court find a Virginian law preventing marriage between people of different races unconstitutional? A. Adarand Contractors v. Peña B. Loving v. Virginia C. Korematsu v. United States D. Craig v. Boren

Weegy: C. Korematsu v. United States
sipichapie|Points 4722|

User: Discrimination is allowed in which of the following cases? A. not getting a job you are qualified for because you are overweight B. receiving a poor grade because you do not agree with the political views of the teacher C. not being accepted into a university because you are a minority D. not being able to drink because you are under age

Weegy: Discrimination is allowed in the following case: D. not being able to drink because you are under age.
debnjerry|Points 41534|

User: Civil rights consist of personal liberties and A. rights of citizenship. B. public liberties. C. social announcements. D. national security.

User: The first eight amendments to the United States Constitution guarantee citizens rights that are A. enumerated. B. stated. C. argued. D. adjudicated.

User: Despite the citizenship granted by the Snyder Act of 1924 that allowed Native Americans to vote, states used all of the following to prevent Native Americans from voting EXCEPT A. jail terms. B. poll taxes. C. intimidation. D. literacy tests.

Weegy: D. literacy tests.
lgcn|Points 1333|

User: What is freedom of expression? A. a person's freedom to read what they want B. a person's freedom to announce their religion C. a person's freedom to communicate your opinions and ideas through action and public display D. a person's freedom to protest the government and its actions

Weegy: C. a person's freedom to communicate your opinions and ideas through action and public display
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User: Which of the Founding Fathers wrote about the separation between church and state? A. John Jay B. George Washington C. Thomas Jefferson D. John Hancock

User: "If there is any principle of the Constitution that more imperatively calls for attachment than any other it is the principle of free thought- not free thought for those who agree with us but freedom for the thought that we hate." Which of the following best summarizes the statement above? A. Thoughts that the government wants the people to believe are protected. B. Thoughts that the general population likes are protected. C. Thoughts that need the most protection are those thoughts that most people do not like. D. Thoughts that we all agree on are not protected by those people who hate us.

Weegy: B. Thoughts that the general population likes are protected.
lgcn|Points 1333|

User: Which amendment gives a person the right to attend a protest rally without fear of retaliation by the government? A. 2nd B. 1st C. 3rd D. 5th

Weegy: First Amendment: The Right of Expression
jher000|Points 7930|

User: What event officially started the women's rights movement? A. the Civil War B. women working in factories during World War II C. the Constitutional Rights Convention D. Seneca Falls Convention

Weegy: D. Seneca Falls Convention
wisbest|Points 1630|

User: What is discrimination? A. treating people unequally on the basis of class or category without considering their qualifications B. judging people by their good characteristics C. fighting against prejudice D. applying a law to all citizens of the United States

Weegy: A. treating people unequally on the basis of class or category without considering their qualifications
selymi|Points 9696|

User: Which of the following is not part of your First Amendment protections? A. freedom of speech B. right to bear arms C. freedom of religion D. right to assemble

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