Without Merit

Rosen, Jeffrey
May 2001
New Republic;05/14/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 20, p20
Discusses the proposition that there can be a meaningful correlation between racial diversity and diversity of viewpoints in education in the U.S. Opinion of Justice Lewis Powell in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke case, affecting the legal future of affirmative action programs in schools; Argument of the University of Michigan, which gives preference to some racial and ethnic groups only, regarding the correlation between racial diversity and viewpoint diversity; Correlation between racial identification and political affiliation.


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