Affirmative Action: Necessary for Equality for All Women

Wildman, Stephanie M.
September 2001
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Fall2001, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p429
Academic Journal
Discusses the affirmative action admission policies at the University of Michigan Law School. Social and legal histories of affirmative action policies; Link between race-based and gender-based affirmative action; Use of affirmative action as a tool in combating sex discrimination in legal education and the legal profession.


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