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Democracy, the Supreme Court and affirmative action

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The question of racial preferences in university admissions has bedeviled the nation for decades. In 2003, the Supreme Court finally issued a verdict that gave something to either side of the debate. In a case involving the University of Michigan, it said public universities may not adopt rigid formulas to help one minority group or another — but may consider race as one factor in admissions as...

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