Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (Amendments)

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Harry potter and the chamber of secrets (amendments) Amendment fourteen- right to be free from discrimination in states to have due process of law, to have equal protections of the law. (The object of the [Fourteenth] amendment was to enforce the equality of the two races.) Example- When the cases came before the Supreme Court in 1952, the Court consolidated all five cases under the name of Brown v. Board of Education. Marshall personally argued the case before the Court. Although he raised a variety of legal issues on appeal, the most common one was that separate school systems for blacks and whites were inherently unequal, and thus violate the "equal protection clause" of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Furthermore, relying on sociological tests, such…show more content…
* They worked together in harmony for several years, "seeking out youngsters who showed signs of magic and bringing them to the castle to be educated" (9.100). * Then, Slytherin and the other founders fell into a serious argument. * The other founders felt that the school should be open to all children who showed magical talent. * Yet Slytherin wanted to limit Hogwarts enrollment to students from magical families. * He didn't want any Muggle-born students at Hogwarts. * So Slytherin left Hogwarts when the other founders refused to give in. Voldemorts hates anything to do with muggle borns because his father was muggle born. As he so puts he wants to “keep the filth out.” Its just blood! If they have any kind of magical ability then they should be allowed to go to Hogwarts. They want to learn if they make good grades then it should be accepted. Hermione Jane Granger is the extremely smart and clever best friend of Harry Potter.she is a muggle born wizard yet she is the smartest one in the

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