WSJ Commentator Sees the Affirmative Action - Immigration Collision
"Affirmative action is in the news again. The Supreme Court is mulling a case involving racial preferences at the University of Texas, and this weekend's Saturday essay in the Wall Street Journal looked at 'The Unraveling of Affirmative Action,'" says Daniel Akst in the Wall Street Journal.
"One dimension of this debate that is sometimes overlooked involves the ways immigration and affirmative action interact. The late historian and political scientist Hugh Davis Graham tackled this subject head on in an enlightening and prescient little book entitled 'Collision Course: The Strange Convergence of Affirmative Action and Immigration Policy in America' (Oxford, 2003), which is briefly reviewed here."
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