A dubious expediency : how race preferences damage higher education / edited by Gail Heriot and Maimon Schwarzschild
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- ISBN: 9781641771320
- ISBN: 1641771321
- Physical Description: 321 pages; 24 cm
- Edition: First American edition
- Publisher: New York, NY : Encounter Books, 2021
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Starting down the slippery slope / John M. Ellis -- A dubious expediency / Gail Heriot -- Diversity's descent / Peter Wood -- Segregation now / Peter N. Kirsanow -- Breaking the STEM / Heather Mac Donald -- The sausage factory : why do courts defer to colleges' race-based admissions? / Gail Heriot & Carissa Mulder -- Race preferences and discrimination against Asian Americans / Lance Izumi & Rowena Itchon -- A class act? : social class affirmative action / Maimon Schwarzschild
"This book will consist of seven or more essays, critical in different ways of racial "diversity" preferences in American higher education. Unlike many more conventional books on the subject, which are essentially apologies for racial reverse discrimination, this volume forthrightly exposes the corrosive effects of identity politics on college and university life"-- Provided by publisher
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