Should the NAACP have challenged the earlier Plessy decision instead of waiting to appeal the Brown decision? Could things have moved forward more quickly if they had?

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  1. I personally don't think it would have significantly helped the Civil Rights cause if the NAACP had challenged the Plessy decision. Arguing for a person who was 7/8 Caucasian who was forced to sit in a black rail car in a deeply segregated state wouldn't have had the same emotional impact as defending a small child's right to attend a nearby school in Kansas.



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