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What was the name of the discriminatory laws enacted in response to the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments?
a)Separate but Equal Laws
*b)Jim Crow Laws
c)Dred Scott Laws

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    Right.

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    Yes, Jim Crow laws

    Dred Scott was about fugitive slaves

    Separate but equal was allowed by courts as a response to the Jim Crow mess. It did not work out. First they were never really equal and second it is wrong anyway.

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    PS,
    I thought this was about my Social Security check !

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    <G> -- Sorry Damon.

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    Thanks!
    :D

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    You're welcome. :-)

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