"Affirmative action era is over, longtime foe says"
bobsheridan at earthlink.net
Sun Nov 26 14:03:19 PST 2006
If we have to live with reduced, or without, affirmative action, what
should we do next?
Just a rhetorical question, of course...
Mark Graber wrote:
> And if we read The American Spectator, we learn that the Republican
> coalition is also dead in the water, that evangelical power has been
> decisively defeated. For that matter, the day after a NYGiant lost, the
> NYPost pronounces the season dead and everytime they win, they declare
> the Giants are going to the SuperBowl. May I suggest that we give all
> of these pronouncements the same weight.
>>>> Rick Duncan <nebraskalawprof at yahoo.com> 11/26/06 4:33 PM >>>
> >From today's LA Times. Here is an excerpt:
> As Ward Connerly sees it, the demise of affirmative action in America is
> fast approaching.
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