Schneider v. Rusk, 377 U.S. 163 (1964), was a United States Supreme Court case which invalidated a law that treated naturalized and native-born citizens differentially under the due process clause of the Fifth Amendment. Warning: template has been deprecated.— Excerpted from Schneider v. Rusk on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
United States Supreme Court
377 U.S. 163
Schneider v. Rusk
Argued: April 2, 1964. --- Decided: May 18, 1964
Milton V. Freeman, Washington, D.C., for appellant.
Bruce J. Terris, Washington, D.C., for appellee.
Mr. Justice DOUGLAS delivered the opinion of the Court.
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