The Myth of a Color-Blind Constitution

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In the frenzied rush to stamp out affirmative action in all of its manifestations, courts and legislatures are losing sight of fundamental realities. A key weapon in the destruction of affirmative action is the myth that the Constitution requires a color-blind approach to all but a very narrowly excepted class of race-based problems.

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Affirmative action programs, Constitutional history

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Keith E. Sealing (John Marshall Law School)

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