The Remedy: Class, Race, And Affirmative Action by Richard D. Kahlenberg
The Remedy: Class, Race, And Affirmative Action

Richard D. Kahlenberg

The Remedy: Class, Race, And Affirmative Action

Richard D. Kahlenberg

368 pages missing pub info (editions)

challenging informative reflective medium-paced

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In a sweeping and damning analysis, Kahlenberg examines how the rationale for affirmative action has moved inexorably away from its original commitment to remedy past discrimination and instead has become a means to achieve racial diversity, even ...

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