Will: Affirmative action is shameful, no matter what it’s called
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The court’s continuing fissures regarding "race-sensitive" policies — six justices used four opinions to reach the result — indicate that Harlan’s principle remains too clear for the comfort of a court still too fond of euphemisms. That is shameful.
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