Desegregation from Brown to Alexander: An Exploration of Supreme Court Strategies

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Chronology
1880 Strauder v. West Virginia/ Virginia v. Rives/Ex parte Virginia
1883Civil Rights Cases
1896 Plessy v. Ferguson
1899Cumming v. Board of Education
1917 Buchanan v. Warley
1926 Corrigan v. Buckley
1927Gong Lum v. Rice
Nixon v. Herndon
1932 Nixon v. Condon
1935 Grovey v. Townsend
1938 Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada
1941 United States v. Classic
Mitchell v. United States
1944 Smith v. Allwright
1946 Morgan v. Virginia
1948 Shelley v. Kraemer/ Hurd v. Hodge
Sipuel v. Oklahoma Board of Regents
1950Sweatt v. Painter/McLaurin v. Oklahoma Board of Regents
Henderson v. United States
1953 Terry v. Adams
Barrows v. Jackson
1954Brown v. Board of Education/Bolling v. Sharpe (Brown I)
Rice v. Sioux City Memorial Park Cemetery
1955Brown v. Board of Education (Brown II)
1957Girard College Case
1958 Cooper v. Aaron
NAACP v. Alabama

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