Concerning the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision Brown v Board of Education of Topeka: What was the story? What were the main steps of the legal process through the court system? What was the rationale and the legal basis for the US Supreme Court’s decision? What was the impact?

Total length of assignment: 2.5 pagesNo late assignment will be accepted,Plagiarism will be reprimanded.Format: Times New Roman / Size 12 / Double space / Margins 1 inch
Based on the chapter Civil Rights and the role of the U.S. Supreme Court, answer the three questions below:1/ Who is Earl Warren? (Length: One paragraph)2/ Concerning the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision Brown v Board of Education of Topeka: What was the story? What were the main steps of the legal process through the court system? What was the rationale and the legal basis for the US Supreme Court’s decision? What was the impact? (Length: One Page)You can find the decision here: https://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/347/4833/ Concerning The US Supreme Court’s Decision Obergefell Et Al. V. Hodges, Director, Ohio Department Of Health, Et Al., (2015), No. 14-556:What is the story? What were the main steps of the legal process through the court system? What was the rationale and the legal basis for the US Supreme Court’s decision? What was the conclusion? (Length: One Page)You can find the decision here: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/14pdf/14-556_3204.pdf

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