Harvard, Citing Justices' Affirmative-Action Ruling, Defends Admissions Policy

, The National Law Journal

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Harvard's legal team, relying on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in June for affirmative action, is urging a federal judge to dismiss two of six charges in a suit that accuses the university of discriminating against Asian-American student applicants.

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  • Mike-Mike Brown, The Gentle Giant

    Admitting to competitive colleges and universities minority students who don‘t qualify on the merits only leads to minority criminals insisting that they qualify for special treatment by police -- that somehow they have a right to ignore lawful police commands and brandish weapons without being appropriately shot and killed.

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