Making Sense of the Michigan Affirmative Action Cases.

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Abstract

Focuses on affirmative action cases in Michigan where the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a diversity rationale in higher education. Examination on how the majority opinion of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor in the case Grutter versus Bollinger supported the value of educational diversity; Discussion on the use of race as an admissions factor in the affirmative action program of the University of Michigan Law School; Analysis of the decision of Justice O'Connor.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages11-13
Number of pages3
Volume4
No1
Specialist publicationInsights on Law & Society
PublisherAmerican Bar Association
StatePublished - Aug 1 2003

Keywords

  • UNIVERSITY of Michigan. Law School
  • UNITED States. Supreme Court
  • O'CONNOR, Sandra Day, 1930-
  • AFFIRMATIVE action programs
  • RACISM
  • UNIVERSITY & college admission

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