Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 9780465029969
Publisher: Basic Books
Language: English
Page Count: 348
Size: 9.59" l x 6.40" w x 1.18"
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Category Subject
Law Discrimination
The debate over affirmative action has raged for over four decades, with little give on either side. Most agree that it began as noble effort to jump-start racial integration; many believe it devolved into a patently unfair system of quotas and concealment. Now, with the Supreme Court set to rule on a case that could sharply curtail the use of racial preferences in American universities, law professor Richard Sander and legal journalist Stuart Taylor offer a definitive account of what affirmative action has become, showing that while the objective is laudable, the effects have been anything but.

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