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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) Supreme Court Cases Questions

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Grade 11 Supreme Court Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court, in the case of Korematsu v. United States, ruled that the forced internment of Japanese residents and citizens
  1. violated the 14th Amendment and was thus unconstitutional
  2. applied only to Japanese visitors to the country
  3. was acceptable based on prevailing laws concerning racial segregation
  4. was illegal because only the states had the power to incarcerated citizens
  5. was an appropriate wartime measure in light of fears of Japanese espionage
Grade 11 Supreme Court Cases
The Supreme Court's ruling in Marbury v. Madison ensure that
  1. lame-duck presidents could not make last-minute court appointments
  2. the legislature could not interpret the Constitution any way it chose
  3. the judicial branch had an equal role in making laws
  4. presidential appointments could not be based on partisan politics
Grade 11 Supreme Court Cases
What did the Supreme Court declare in the Dred Scott decision?
  1. being in free territory did not make a slave free
  2. being free territory automatically made a slave free
  3. slave owners could not move into free territory with slaves
  4. slave owners could not travel through free territory with slaves
Grade 11 Supreme Court Cases
In the case of Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Court ruled that
  1. lynching was a federal crime
  2. school segregation was unconstitutional
  3. voting rights could not be tied to any form of tax
  4. racial segregation in public facilities was legal
Grade 11 Supreme Court Cases
In stating the principle of a "clear and present danger" in Schneck v. United States, the Supreme Court established that
  1. constitutional rights are not absolute
  2. the Constitution guarantees the right to privacy
  3. all individual rights are eliminated at wartime
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