The correct answer is D.
Hernandez v. Texas was a case that led to the enactment of a landmark decision by the US Supreme Court in 1954. It dealt with the rights for Mexican-Americans.
The court established that the equal protection clause, that was included in the 14th Amendment to the US Consitution and guaranteed equality of rights for all US citizens, should apply to Mexican Americans as well as to other nationality groups in the US.
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The significance of Hernández vs Texas was that after that The United States Supreme court extended constitutional rights to all mexican americans and to all races equally.
Before this it was common that minorities would be systematically excluded from jury and grand jury duties.
The supreme court ruled the 14th amendment put in all ethnic groups being discriminated.
the US supreme court expanded constitutional rights to Mexican Americans in civil rights case Hernandez v. Texas.
the right answer is the end of world war ii
after the end of a global wwii all the nations involved, in an attempt to create an organization to maintain world peace. this agreement would work settling international disputes via negotiation and arbitration instead of leading the issues escalate to another war.
honestly i love the walking dead, mainly the quotes. “well, pardon me young man, excuse the [insert bad word here] out of my gosh darn french, but did you just threaten me? ” sksk (of course it's not the exact words)
a. it affirmed the doctrine of separat...