Historians often describe Supreme Court decisions as flash

Historians often describe Supreme Court decisions as flash points in our shared past. Historic Supreme Court decisions reflect a broader set of social
Historians often describe Supreme Court decisions as flash points in our shared past. Historic Supreme reflect a broader set of social, political, economic, and cultural forces at a point of inflection: there is usually a “before” and “after” surrounding these decisions. Select the Supreme Court case that you see as the most important/influential to American history, and in a short analysis of 2 pages, explain why. Things to consider:
What was the context of the case?
What impact did the decision have on at the time?
Who benefited from the decision? Who was harmed by the decision?
What lasting effects may be seen today of this decision?
Choose one of the following cases:
Marburg v Madison
McCulloh v Maryland
Lochner v New York
Plessy v Ferguson
US v EC Knight
Abrams v US
Muller v Oregon
Korematsu v US
US v Butler
West Virginia State Board of Education v Barnette
Brown v board of education i and ii
Civil and voting rights acts
Cooper v Aaron
Roe v wade
Lemon v Kurtzman
Regents of University of CA v Bakke
Planned parenthood v Casey
United States v Virginia
 
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