Overcoming Ms. In-between

Stanley Kurtz follows the advice of Johnny Mercer and Hillary Clinton, and accentuates the positive he perceives in the Supreme Court’s University of Michigan preferential admissions decisions, in this piece for National Review Online. He argues that Justice O’Connor’s romance with “Mr. In-between” has created enough of a mess to provide hope to those who oppose blatant racial discrimination against white college applicants. Accordingly, Kurtz concludes by urging readers to contribute to the Center for Individual Rights so that it can carry on the fight.
Kurtz’s analysis is based on the proposition that “colleges and universities are incapable of running their preference programs in conformity with Grutter v. Bollinger. The achievement gaps that have to be overcome are so large that race simply has to be turned into a decisive factor


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