Warren Court Influence

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The Wide Influence and Impact of the Warren Court on America
Throughout the history of the United States of America there have been a variety of well known people within politics. One such group of individuals were those of the Warren Court. The Warren Court is known to have been one of the most influential supreme courts within the history of our country. Knowing this, one may be able to say that the Warren Court had great effects on history that have lead to effects on recent times. The Warren Court decisions and influence made a long lasting impact on american society that lasts to this day.
The Warren Court, which was lead by Earl Warren, is widely known in to have been one of the most influential supreme courts within United States history.
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After a long process the Warren Court not only declared segregation as a violation of civil liberties but also that segregation “deprives children of a minority group of equal educational opportunities- to separate them from others their age and qualifications solely because of race generates a feeling of inferiority in their status in society- may affect their hearts and minds in a way that cannot be undone”. This along with the 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause, which the court cited as being violated by segregation as a whole. With the decision of desegregation made by the Warren Court, sparked a new era in civil rights; the modern civil rights era. Today there are a multitude of civil rights movements that deal with the education of minorities. One such movement is in the favor of black children being able to get better education than that found in inner-city schools through private or religious schools. Even more movements were sparked through other racial decisions made by the Warren Court as well, such as their decision to strike down a multitude of laws that were racially discriminatory, including that which forbade mixed marriages. Today the issue of segregation still lingers in the air and can still be seen in some areas of the country, whether …show more content…
Though this case could seem small to many, it lead to one of the leading most controversies within the United States of America, the right for a woman to have an abortion. The case of Griswold v. Connecticut declared the right to privacy which led to the Court to lay “the groundwork for the post-Warren Court decision in Roe v. Wade, which gave women the right to have an abortion”. Through the Warren Court decision a controversy was indirectly led to, which continues to impact many Americans each

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