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What makes the case of Brown v. Board of Education an example of judicial activism? A. It upheld the "separate but equal" doctrine. B. It overturned a previous interpretation of the
Constitution. C. It maintained previous actions by the Supreme Court. D. It challenged the South to act in a different way.
A. It upheld the "separate but equal" doctrine.
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