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Legal Environment of Business Separate but Equal summary It is hard in this time and age to be able to imagine a world of segregation of a people or a color but that it happened in the time of our fathers is more amazing There were many factors that lent themselves to the Supreme Court case involving segregation Probably one of the more key factors that aided NAACP was the appointment of a new Chief Justice He was the governor of California at the time and was appointed by Eisenhower but had it not been for the NAACP and Thurgood Marshall the case would have never gone to any court The original plea that the NAACP made was based on the fact the school system of South Carolina needed more busses for one of their black schools The NAACP claimed that under the law this was separate but not equal They did however throw in as almost a foot note the fact of segregation as a whole was unconstitutional The first trial in South Carolina the plaintiffs brought their case to the judge immediately caught the fact that in South Carolina if you are dealing with a constitutional issue such as segregation it requires a three-judge panel The decision was one of a 2-1 split in which the state ruled against the plaintiffs There is an interesting point to be made here Had the judge just left the plaintiffs case as it was and ruled solely on the fact of separate but equal the case would have died right there in the court house in South Carolina I think this is the thing that made this movie unique Not so much that the judge caught what they were trying to do but that he forced the issue He could have just let it slide and not created flack but he choose to make a difference So many times it came down to
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