CIR fights racial set-asides in St. Paul school

April 07, 1999

Washington, D.C. – The Center for Individual Rights filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday, April 6 challenging racial preferences in student assignments to the acclaimed St. Paul, MN Capitol Hill Magnet school. At issue is a school district policy that leaves available classroom seats unfilled in order to achieve the district’s

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Contested concepts and racial preference

April 05, 1999

By Terence J. Pell

Delivered at Hamilton College, April 5, 1999

The title of my talk today is “Racial Preferences in Higher Education.” But really, it should be called, “The Debate About Racial Preferences in Higher Education.” Because, I want to talk today not so much about racial preferences themselves, but certain

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A River Runs Dry

April 01, 1999

Review of William G. Bowen and Derek Curtis Bok. The Shape of the River: Long-Term Consequences of Considering Race in College and University Admissions. Princeton University Press.

By Michael Greve

Policy Review, April 1, 1999

AS FORMER PRESIDENTS of Princeton and Harvard respectively, William G. Bowen and Derek Bok played leading roles in

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Gender benders

April 01, 1999

Feminists beat up on male wrestlers and other jocks

By Jeremy Rabkin

The American Spectator, April 1, 1999

Harasser of employees, exploiter of interns, friend of pornographers, rapist – Bill Clinton is, of course, the darling of the feminist establishment. He does so much for feminists to keep them overlooking his, uh, private

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