Preference by Race is Neither Just Nor Wise
|dc.description.abstract||This paper argues that preference by race is neither just nor wise. The paper argues that, as it was originally intended, the policy of affirmative action does not involve preference by race, nor is such a system justified.|
|dc.title||Preference by Race is Neither Just Nor Wise|
|dc.contributor.organization||University of Michigan - Ann Arbor|
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