FOR DISCRIMINATION Race, Affirmative Action, and …

One would think it obvious, e.g., that if a certain group of children is forced to endure arelatively inferior education, and their parents do not care enough about that fact to act upon it, then even inthe absence of any other form of discrimination, members of that group will be under-represented in positions whichrequire a solid education.

In fact, the very notion of using race-based policies to combat racism is illogical

And if, as some proponents argue, traditional selection criteria deserve to be scrapped due to the difficultiesof weighing the merits of one student against those of another, how much assurance of exactitude can we have inweighing considerations of compensatory justice and utility against the consequences of reverse discrimination?

FOR DISCRIMINATION Race, Affirmative Action, ..