Landmark Supreme Court decision where the court ruled that the legislative districts be redrawn in Tennessee to reflect the population shift. The court felt this lack of distriction was a violation of the Equal Protection of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Date in which the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 majority that the legislative districts in Tennessee were unconstitutional and needed redistriction.
Supreme Court decision in which the Supreme Court reaffirmed the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to keep legislative districts up to date and fair.
President Kennedy killed after short term in office, sending America into shock
Date when the Supreme Court ruled in a 8-1 majority that Alabama's districts were out of date and needed redistricted.
Armstrong becomes the first human to ever step foot in space, on another celestial body
Following the US pulling out of the war and giving way to communism
Team USA defeats the Soviet Union at the 1980 Olympics to win Gold Medal
Supreme Court decision where the Court ruled that the redistricted areas in North Carolina were racist and unconstitutional. Similar to the other cases, this was considered a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment, more specifically the Equal Protection Clause.
Date when the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 majority that Alabama's new districts did not follow the Equal Protection Clause