Although it allowed private individuals to make racially restrictive covenants, this ruling meant that such covenants were worthless because they could not be legally enforced.
In Buchanan v. Warley (1917),
In making its 6-0 ruling, the Court did not directly overturn Corrigan, but it emphasized the traditional distinction between private
Although often criticized, Shelley v. Kraemer destroyed one of the important instruments used to promote residential segregation. It was therefore an early victory for the Civil Rights movement. The Civil Rights Acts
Buchanan v. Warley
Corrigan v. Buckley
Moose Lodge v. Irvis