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What was the NAACP trying to achieve in the Nixon v herndon case?

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What is true about the case of Nixon v herndon?

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What was the result of the Supreme Court case US v Nixon?

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Who were the parties in the US v. Nixon case?

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What case limited executive privilege?

United States v. Nixon was the case that questioned executive privilege. The case was decided on July 24, 1974. The Supreme Court ruled unanimously against Nixon.

What did the supreme court case US v Nixon confirmed?

The rule of law over executive privilege.

Which landmark Supreme Court case involved the idea of executive privilege?

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What is an example of privilege?

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What was the Supreme Court's ruling in the US v. Nixon case of 1974?

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