Supreme Court refuses to rule on race-based college admissions

July 1996
Jet;7/22/96, Vol. 90 Issue 10, p14
Reports on the United States Supreme Court's decision concerning race-based student admissions in public colleges and universities in the Southern States, putting affirmative action programs in jeopardy. Court's leaving intact an appeals court ruling on a University of Texas Law School affirmative action program that amounted to unconstitutional discrimination against whites; Comments from Reverend Jesse Jackson.


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