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Why did the Supreme Court rule that segregation was constitutional?

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  1. The U.S. Constitution is purposely vague in many areas. There's nothing in it that prohibits segregation -- especially with the Court's stipulation that facilities and schools be "separate but equal." Also, this decision reflected the will of many citizens.

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