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‘Express Gazette’ Covers Civil Rights Court Cases

The Supreme Court said the 14th Amendment's equal protection clause only applied to regulating states, not businesses or citizens.

  • Type
  • Source
    Express Gazette
  • Date
    November 1883
  • Copyright
    Public domain

A journal article explains the Supreme Court decision that "it is no infringement of the Thirteenth Amendment to refuse to any person the equal accommodations" of a "public … place of entertainment."

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