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Permissive Affirmative Action for the Benefit of Blacks, 1987 U.Illinois L. Rev. 379 (1987)

Abstract

The goal of a race-neutral society theoretically could be achieved
through rules requiring neutral action, that is, non-discriminatory decision-
making in education, the workplace and government; an aggregate
of neutral decisions over time should result in a race-neutral society. The
goal of a race-neutral society might also be achieved by affirmative action,
i.e., giving blacks marginal preferment in decision-making in those
situations.

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1987

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