nullification

i posted yesturday and the website i was directed to was for the 1800s. i need to know how nullification was still going on in the 1900s, but it can't be jury nullification


Did you investigate the states rights' issues during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s?

At that time, the Southern states insisted that their states' rights took precedence over the Supreme Court's ruling against school desegregation.

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