Contention, Context and the Constitution: Riding the Waves of Affirmative Action
This paper examines how leading thinkers have framed the current debate about the pros and cons of affirmative action. It also looks at the legal cultural and historical context for affirmative action, and the Supreme Court’s recent decision on affirmative action in higher education—Grutter v. Bollinger. The paper also examines post-Grutter legal and political developments.
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Lester, Toni, "Contention, Context and the Constitution: Riding the Waves of Affirmative Action" (2005). Board of Research Working Papers. Paper 12.
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