The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment (1868) had been originally adopted in order that blacks in the

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The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment (1868) had been originally adopted in order that blacks in the post-Civil War South be given the full benefit of citizenship, but over the past century and a half they are expanding it to include all categories of civil rights.

A) had been originally adopted in order that blacks in the post-Civil War South be given the full benefit of citizenship, but over the past century and a half they are expanding it to include
B) was originally adopted to give blacks in the post-Civil War South the full benefit of citizenship, but over the past century and a half it has been expanded to include
C) had been originally adopted to give blacks in the post-Civil War South the full benefit of citizenship, while over the past century and a half was expanding it to include
D) had been originally adopted to give blacks in the post-Civil War South the full benefit of citizenship, and over the past century and a half has expanded to include
E) had been originally adopted by giving blacks in the post-Civil War South the full benefit of citizenship, and over the past century and a half they have been expanding it to include


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