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In the opinion, Warren conceded that the Fourteenth Amendment was not originally intended to prohibit school segregation. In 1860s, public schools did not exists throughout the country, and many children received little or no education. However, Warren wrote, by the middle of the twentieth century, public education had become an essential part of each child's personal, civic, and professional development. The court declared that under the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, segregated public schools are inherently unequal and therefore forbidden by the Constitution.

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1:Which of the following reasons Chief Justice Earl Warren cite for the changing interpretation of the Equal Protection Clause?

A:Changes in the role of the court in decided cases.
B:Changes in societal beliefs about diversity
C:Changes in the state legislatures.
D:Changes in the role of public education.***

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