Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Harvard’s Thrilling—and Pyrrhic—Affirmative Action Victory

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Harvard's Thrilling—and Pyrrhic—Affirmative Action Victory

Judge Allison Burroughs's ruling is a sublime defense of affirmative action. It also erases the legitimate concerns of Asian American students.

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