Racial Preference on Trial as Harvard Goes to Court

The Weekly Standard

The discrimination lawsuit against Harvard College that was rejected in September 2019 by a liberal federal judge in Boston and is making its way gradually toward the Supreme Court may well put a momentous choice before the justices, and the country, within the next two or three years. Should the Court allow racial preferences in university admissions to continue forever? Or should it ban them as unconstitutional, even though a rigorously enforced ban could dramatically cut enrollments of African Americans and Latinos at selective schools? Almost all publicity about the case has focused on the powerful, if disputed, evidence that […]

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