Farrington v. Tokushige
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|Supreme Court of the United States unanimously struck down the Territory of Hawaii's law making schools that teach foreign languages without a permit illegal because it violated the due process clause of the Fifth Amendment. — Excerpted from Farrington v. Tokushige on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Farrington v. Tokushige, 273 U.S. 284 (1927), was a case in which the|
United States Supreme Court
FARRINGTON v. TOKUSHIGE
Argued: Jan. 21, 1927. --- Decided: Feb 21, 1927
Mr. Wm. B. Lymer, of Honolulu, Hawaii, for petitioners.
[Argument of Counsel from pages 285-287 intentionally omitted]
Mr. Joseph Lightfoot, of Honolulu, Hawaii, for respondents.
[Argument of Counsel from pages 288-290 intentionally omitted]
Mr. Justice McREYNOLDS delivered the opinion of the Court.
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