Judicial Uses of Subterfuge: Affirmative Action Reconsidered
DANIEL SABBAGH contends that it is the visibility of affirmative action decisions that triggers negative side effects as far as its underlying goal of deracializing American society is concerned. He suggests that some of the most important developments in the Supreme Court’s case law can be understood as reflecting a tendency to minimize those negative side effects by dissimulating the policy’s most distinctive features.
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