Diversity without Decrees

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Author(s) National Review editorial board
Source National Review
Date June 28, 2007
URL http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=N2NmNjVhYjkzNjZlZjU5YTdlODcyZjZiZDRlNjRhNGY=
Quotes-start.png "Over the last 40 years, liberal civil-rights groups have gone from advocating colorblind policies to rejecting them. They may try to describe the new ruling, perversely, as a partial repeal of Brown v. Board of Education. Justice Stephen Breyer says as much in his dissent. Yet the decision resembles Brown in a crucial respect: Starting now in Louisville and Seattle, students won’t be blocked from certain schools simply because they lack the proper melanin content." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Supreme Court was correct in its ruling on the topic Parents v. Seattle.