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Can you name the Supreme Court decision these quotes were responding to, Brown v. Board of Education ('B') or Obergefell v. Hodges ('O')?

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'Human blood may stain Southern soil in many places because of this decision, but the dark red stains of that blood will be on the marble steps of the United States Supreme Court.'
'This decision was not grounded in our Constitution, but rather in five unelected judges’ view of what the law ought to be. That is not what our Founders had in mind.'
'No matter how much the Supreme Court seeks to sugarcoat its bitter pill of tyranny, the people of Georgia and the South will not swallow it.'
'The South will not abide by nor obey this legislative decision by a political body.'
'I will not acquiesce to an imperial court any more than our Founders acquiesced to an imperial British monarch.'
'What's sure to follow, in fact, are years of uncertainty and strife as those conflicts are sorted out.'
'The transcendent issue is the encroachment of the federal government, through judicial legislation, upon the reserved power of the States.'
A federal court has usurped that right to self-governance and has mandated standards that are out of step with the majority of Mississippians.'
'The highest court in the land, the guardian of our national conscience, has reaffirmed its faith-and the undying American faith-in the equality of all men before the law.'
'It is no time to indulge demagogues on either side nor to listen to those who always are ready to incite violence and hate.It is a time for Georgia to think clearly.'
'To many people this decision is contrary to a way of life and violates the way in which they have thought since 1619.'
'The Court weakened the rule of law, but did not weaken our resolve to return to democratic self-government in the face of judicial activists attempting to tell us how to live.'
'That is the right of our people, not unelected Justices of the Supreme Court. This decision short-circuits the political process that has been underway for years.'
'Well, malice, envy, hate is deplorable, in any place or in any circumstances, but as the President has said himself, you can't change the hearts of people by law.'
The ruling last week made clear that words no longer matter and nor does the Constitution.'
'Our nation’s highest Court, which should be a symbol of justice, has chosen instead to be a tool of tyranny, elevating judicial will above the will of the people'
'As your governor, I shall resist any illegal federal court order, even to the point of [blocking the] door in person, if necessary.'
'When the law becomes merely the opinion of a handful of people on the courts, there is no longer any law. There is tyranny.'
'If we can organize the Southern States for massive resistance I think that in time the rest of the country will realize that [this] is not going to be accepted in the South.
'The United States took another step toward the ideal of equality envisioned by its founders. And we are all more free as a result.'

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