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Brown Verses Board of Education: One Domino in a Long Chain of Societal Change
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A 12 page discussion of the many societal changes which resulted directly and indirectly from the premises surrounding the landmark civil rights case involving segregation in our nationís schools. Delineates the chain of societal events leading up to and following this decision. Outline a few key Supreme Court cases which were based on the same premises. Emphasizes that while equal treatment is now the law in the United States, it is not always our laws that shape social action. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: PPedSegr.wps

Californiaís Proposition 187
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This 10 page report discusses the California initiative approved by voters in 1994 that prohibited illegal immigrant children from public schools, to prohibit public health and welfare services for illegal immigrants, and impose other sanctions (including prenatal care for pregnant women and immunizations for children) throughout the state. In November of 1995, a Los Angeles federal judge issued an oral injunction that struck down as unconstitutional key portions of Proposition 187. Among the sections disallowed was the one that would bar illegal-alien children from attending elementary and secondary public schools. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: BWpro187.wps

Case Commentary: First Amendment Rights
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11 pages in length. Constitutional freedoms have long been worthy of both verbal and physical battle; indeed, to interfere with one's inherent constitutional rights is to intrude upon the very essence of American democracy. Nowhere is this more evident than in Village of Skokie v. National Socialist Party of America, where a Nazi demonstration had been purposely planned for this primarily Jewish community of Holocaust survivors as a means by which to test the strength of First Amendment power. Was the town within its rights to refuse such a demonstration? Was the American Nazi Party within its rights to demonstrate with such obviously devious intentions? Clearly, the crux of First Amendment strength is the manner by which content cannot be censored merely because someone does not like what is being said. However, there are instances when words are spoken with the specific intent to illicit a violent response, which is known as the Fighting Words Doctrine; in this case, First Amendment rights do not protect such provocation. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLC1stAm.wps

Chicago v. Morales
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A 1 page brief of the Illinois Supreme Court Case in which the validity and Constitutionality of Chicagoís Gang Congregation Ordinance which prohibits members of street gangs from loitering in public places. This ordinance was enforced based on an individualís conforming to pre-defined criteria used to define gang membership. The Illinois Supreme Court found this ordinance violated the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution. No additional sources are listed.
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Chief Justices
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A 3 page paper which discusses various aspects of two particular court cases and the Chief Justices of the Supreme Court which presented the court's opinion. The court cases are Worcester v. Georgia (1832) and Wisconsin v. Mitchell (1993). The judges discussed are, respectively, John Marshall and William H Rehnquist. Both of the cases presented dealt with issues of race and culture. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Constitutional Freedoms
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11 pages in length. Freedom of regligion and the establishment of our constitutional freedoms as regards free exercise and libel are inherent rights of the United States citizens. Throughout our history these developments have been tested time and again by the system as regards the competing judicial approaches employed and the constitutional tests as well. These developments have for the most part been favorable ones, indicating that our constitutional freedoms are indeed inalienable and have withstood the tests of time. Nowhere are these values more obvious than in the liberalism of our religious freedoms and rights. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Cooper Industries Inc. v. Leatherman Tool Group, Inc.
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This 5 page paper provides an overview of the central issues related to the pending Supreme Court Case of Cooper Industries Inc. v. Leatherman Tool Group, Inc. and considers the central issues related to the case, with a focus so the issue of the use of punitive damages. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Court Case Shipper v. Levitt & Sons, Inc.
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A 4 page hypothetical decision for a law case about whether the developer and builder of a house, can be held liable, on the principles of negligence or warranty / strict liability for scalding injury sustained by the plaintiff's 16 month old son which was due to the failure of defendant to install a water temperature reducing mixing valve, if its installation was recommended by the water boiler manufacturer. Law-exm2.wps
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