A mischievous child, Thurgood Marshall was forced to read the U.S. Constitution as punishment and, by high school, had it memorized. As lawyer for the NAACP, before his appointment as the first black Supreme Court justice, he argued and won what case challenging public school segregation?

A mischievous child, Thurgood Marshall was forced to read the U.S. Constitution as punishment and, by high school, had it memorized. As lawyer for the NAACP, before his appointment as the first black Supreme Court justice, he argued and won what case challenging public school segregation?

Answer :

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka

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