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Remarks in “Symposium: Brown v. Board of Education at Fifty: Have We Achieved Its Goals?,” 78 St. John’s Law Review 311 (2004)

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Affirmative action is not the issue with which we ought to be preoccupied. It seems to me that the great challenge that we must meet is not how to admit more students of color into institutions of higher education, but how to improve kindergarten through twelfth grade education in ways that make students eligible for admissions on merit standards.

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2004

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