Explain why the Court of Earl Warren was supportive of civil rights.

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  • Explain why the Court of Earl Warren was supportive of civil rights.
    • Views.
      • Psychologic-ally damaging.
      • Sympathetic.
      • Liberal.
      • Pro civil rights.
    • Verdicts.
      • Brown vs. Board of Education.
      • Morgan vs. Virginia.
      • Sweatt vs. Painter.
      • McLaurin vs. Oklahoma State Regents.
      • Brown 2.
      • Browder vs. Gayle.
    • NAACP.
      • Pushed for legal cases.
      • Took action when necessary.
      • Pressured the government.
    • Presidential Interference.
      • Little Rock.
      • Boycotts.
      • Freedom Rides.
      • Believed action should be taken when the law is being broken.
    • Cold War.
      • Afraid of Communism.
      • Hypocritical.
      • Fighting for freedom, no freedom in the country.
    • Brown Case.
      • Gave the blacks hope.
      • Kickstarted the civil rights movement.
      • Judges were aware.

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