The Myth of a Color-Blind Constitution
Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law
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.
Keith E. Sealing,
The Myth of a Color-Blind Constitution,
54 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 157
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