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Segregation Argumentative Analysis

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Whenever the Supreme Court made the ruling that all schools must integrate, the south retaliated. Instead of cooperating, whites sent their children to all white schools to show their disapproval. This banned blacks from being able to integrate with all the white kids. In addition, the "segregation academies" were very different than the public schools that the blacks went to. This was even more unfair to everyone. The South even tried to get other states to join in because according to the Constitution, states could administer school rules. Later on, this prompted the Supreme Court to make the decision in Cooper vs. Aaron to give the Supreme Court more say in the Civil Rights
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