The Michigan Affirmative Action Cases

Author: Barbara Ann Perry
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Barbara Perry takes readers behind the scenes to tell the riveting story of how the two rejected applicants allied with conservative interest groups in an attempt to overturn affirmative action programs in higher education--and how in a 5-4 ...

The Case For Affirmative Action On Campus

Author: Eboni M. Zamani-Gallaher
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC.
ISBN: 1579221033
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The quest for equity in higher education: Toward new paradigms in an evolving
affirmative action era. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. ... Perry, B. A. (2007). The
Michigan affirmative action cases (Landmark Law Cases & American Society
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Affirmative Action

Author: A. M. Babkina
Publisher: Nova Publishers
ISBN: 9781590335703
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Landmark Law Cases and American Society, 75 The Bakke case: race,
education, and affirmative action, 17 The Bakke decision: its real meaning, 42
The Broad Reach of the Michigan Cases, 76 The case for affirmative action for
Blacks in ...

Naked Racial Preference

Author: Carl Cohen
Publisher: Madison Books
ISBN: 1461704219
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From landmark court cases on affirmative action to their consequences, a study on why such preferences are morally wrong, unlawful, and indefensible.

The Michigan Historical Review

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Barbara A. Perry's The Michigan Affirmative Action Cases analyzes two important
2003 Supreme Court decisions on affirmative action in education. This volume,
published as part of the Landmark Law Cases and American Society series from
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Choice

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O'Neill explains why originalism became a significant component of American
political life after WW II and refutes the view that ... 210pbibl index afp; ISBN
9780700615483, $35.00; ISBN 9780700615490 pbk, $16.95 In yet another
outstanding work in the "Landmark Law Cases and American Society" series,
Perry (Sweet Briar College) examines the now infamous Michigan affirmative
action cases.

Affirmative Action On Trial

Author: Melvin I. Urofsky
Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas
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In Johnson v. Santa Clara, however, the central issue was gender, not race discrimination, and the Supreme Court's decision in that case marked a resounding victory for women in the work force.Johnson v.

Encyclopedia Of Modern Political Thought Set

Author: Gregory Claeys
Publisher: CQ Press
ISBN: 1506308368
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They contended that, as a nation of immigrants, many American ethnicities had
faced disadvantages, but through hard work ... Proponents of affirmative action,
while not always supportive of the Supreme Court's position on quotas in the
Bakke case, were ... be achieved voluntarily rather than being compulsory as
long as affirmative action, generally, was still the law of the land. ... had
succeeded in American society without preferential treatment. ... Both of the
landmark cases involved ...

Oah Annual Meeting

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... Series • American Presidential Elections • Landmark Law Cases and American
Society • Studies in Government and ... the American State, 1880-1956 Michael R
. Fein 320 pages, 3 maps, Cloth $39.95 The Michigan Affirmative Action Cases ...