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
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Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press. Page, S. E. (2007). The difference:
How the power of diversity creates better groups, firms, schools, and societies.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Perry, B. A. (2007). The Michigan
affirmative action cases (Landmark Law Cases & American Society Series).
LAWRENCE, KS: University Press of Kansas. Rai, K. B., & Critzer, J. W. (2000).
Affirmative action and the university: Race, ethnicity, and gender in higher
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Affirmative Action

Author: A. M. Babkina
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21 The Bakke Case: Race, Education, & Affirmative Action. 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 higher education,
42 The Chosen Few: Latinas and the New Technologies. JSRI Occasional Paper
No. 65. Latino Studies Series, 76 The Civil Rights Act of 1997, 101 The coming
race ...

The Crisis

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Boddie. Affirmative. Action: Showdown. in. the. Supreme. Court. The outcome of
the Michigan cases will affect educational opportunities. When the two landmark
lawsuits challenging the use of race-conscious admissions programs for
undergraduates and law school students at the University of Michigan (UM) come
before the U.S. Supreme Court on April 1. they will become the most significant
civil rights cases in the last 25 years. The Court's 1978 decision in Bakke v.
Regents of the ...

The Michigan Historical Review

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The Michigan Affirmative Action Cases. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas,
2007. Pp. 232. Bibliographic essay. Index. Cloth, $35.00; paper, $16.95. 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
the University of Kansas, provides the legal and historical context for Grat% v.
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Encyclopedia Of Modern Political Thought Set

Author: Gregory Claeys
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Rather than using initiative and responsibility to climb the ladder to success, the
critics charged, African Americans opted for handouts and free rides, preferring to
play the role of victims to institutionalized white racism. Proponents of affirmative
action, while not always supportive of the Supreme Court's position on quotas in
the Bakke case, were delighted that the Court had sanctioned affirmative action.
Although many of them remained convinced that the setting of representative
goals ...

The American Economy

Author: Cynthia Clark Northrup
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In the landmark case Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (1978), the
... During the first few years of the twenty-first century, the U.S. Supreme Court
ruled on two additional cases concerning affirmative action. ... That same year,
the Supreme Court upheld the University of Michigan's law school admissions
policy, which was narrowly crafted so that race was only a “potential 'plus' factor”
designed to increase the diversity of the students accepted into its law school. In
2009 ...

Oah Annual Meeting

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Publisher of these series: Modern War Studies - American Political Thought •
American Presidency Series • American Presidential Elections • Landmark Law
Cases and American Society • Studies in Government and Public Policy □
Modern First ... New York Road Building and the American State, 1880-1956
Michael R. Fein 320 pages, 3 maps, Cloth $39.95 The Michigan Affirmative
Action Cases Barbara A. Perry Landmark Law Cases and American Society 220
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Affirmative Action On Trial

Author: Melvin I. Urofsky
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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.