A Colorblind Constitution: What Abigail Fisher’s Affirmative Action Case Is Really About
The plaintiff in the Supreme Court case challenging the use of race in college admission looks to be the perfect argument. But the case barely mentions her. Instead, the agenda is much broader: To fight race-based policies everywhere.
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