June 1978
National Review;6/9/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 23, p736
The article reports on the legal implications of the United States Supreme Court's expected ruling in the case involving Allan Bakke. It reveals that no fewer that fifty briefs "amici curiae" have been filed with the Supreme Court on the question of whether the State of California can, under the constitution, deny Bakke admission to a state-financed medical school in order to admit a member of racial minority who is less qualified than Bakke by all the relevant indices.


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