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In 1896, the supreme court ruled in Plessy V. Ferguson that-

A. Congress did not have the authority to levy an income tax
B. Labor strikes which caused hardships for americans were unconstitutional
C.separate but equal facilities for african americans were legal
D. American indians (first americans) must reside on reservations

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