Whites and blacks could finally legally marry in the United States in 1967 as a result of what landmark Supreme Court case?

Answer Loving v. Virginia

Miscegenation laws determined the legality of interracial marriages in the US until 1967. (Loving v. Virginia was decided around the same time of the successes of the Civil Rights movement in '64 and '65).

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