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Plessy v. Ferguson [Download] ➸ Plessy v. Ferguson ➿ Brook Thomas – Thomashillier.co.uk In 1896 The Supreme Court's Plessy v Ferguson decision made legal a system of separate but eual racial segregation not overruled until 1954 Using the full text of the Court's opinion along with a sele In The Supreme Court's Plessy v Ferguson decision made legal a system of separate but eual racial segregation not overruled until Using the full text of the Court's opinion along with a selection of responses Plessy v. MOBI :↠ to the ruling Brook Thomas allows students to re create a context of the complicated debates and conditions in which the decision took place.


4 thoughts on “Plessy v. Ferguson

  1. Jan Jan says:

    Fascinating to read the decision and dissenting argument but what I was most floored and appalled by were the essays by prominent people at the time on the subject of segregation of the races Hoffman employs scientific racism which he calls statistics to prove that mulattos have smaller craniums and are susceptible to smallpox and syphilis And Fields is just terribly disappointed that former slaves have not used their given freedom to achieve than whites in 30 years The Booker T Washington Atlanta Compromise speech Cast your buckets down where they areea is both hard to bear for its acuiescent tone and kind of amazing to ponder for its tenacious practicality And the WEB DeBois early chapter of The Souls of Black Folk is heartbreakingy precise Must read that book next


  2. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Brook Thomas is hands down the best current Humanities Core Course lecturer at UC Irvine I remember going to his very first lecture thinking that I would take a few notes but not a lot because I was distracted But once he started speaking I realized that he was an incredible writer and lecturer and I couldn't miss out on this great first lecture I dropped whatever I had been doing and started taking furious notes he talks very fast but it was impressive because he was using old school slides and it worked He was persuasive and gave several sides to an argument which impressed me Much of the content from his book was represented through his speech and notes He did NOT just read off his slides like some professors do He makes you want to go to lecture I enjoyed all of his lectures on Plessy and even got to meet him in person I hope to go back and sit in on one of his lectures It was neat too because he gave some advice to one of my friends on her research paper His energy is contagious and he was the best history professor I've met He makes kids think which is fantastic Go to one of his lectures


  3. Dana Dana says:

    This was a very informative text about the Plessy vs Ferguson case I had to read this for a Law Society and Literature class It has a lot of really interesting texts about other people's thoughts on the case and essays and speeches that just happened around the time of the case If you want to learn about the Plessy vs Ferguson case pick this book up and give it a read It's pretty interesting to see what was going on in the minds of the people at this time


  4. TKTE TKTE says:

    We all hear about Plessy v Ferguson in our history classes throughout high school But to read through the legal historical and cultural contexts of this case is phenomenal especially in light of all the political debates today on immigration the rhetoric of change in the presidential nomination process and continued debates on race multiculturalism and identity


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