Affirmative Action Is An Elusive Remedy for Racial Justice

Brian Purnell
Jun 1, 2019 - 5:00
Affirmative Action Is An Elusive Remedy for Racial Justice

Race-based affirmative action in higher education is America’s zombie policy for justice. About once every decade since the 1970s, Americans think it is dead, killed by a court case, only to see it revived in a still-recognizable, but mutated form. In the latest case, a federal judge will decide if Harvard University’s admissions policy, which considers race to advance...

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