Ward Connerly a courageous leader

Ward Connerly a courageous leader in fight against race-based preferences, provides his views on the Bush Administration briefs in this Washington Times op-ed. Connerly finds some merit in the briefs, but says he was ultimately disappointed by them. The reason for his disappointment is captured in this passage: “When the government uses ‘race-neutral’ means to achieve a desired racial outcome instead of explicit race preferences, the two approaches become a distinction without a difference. The deliberate pursuit of racial diversity by either race-neutral means or ‘quotas’ is the antithesis of enuring that individuals are guaranteed freedom from government discrimination.”

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