Peter Schuck's remarkably comprehensive and vigorously argued work is a major contribution to our ongoing national discourse on diversity. Its strength lies in the author's unusual command of the literature on the subject, one coming from a wide range of disciplines. To this he has brought the distinctive perspective of a legal scholar, that enlightening blend of formal logic, empiricism, and normative analysis that is sometimes the envy of those in the social sciences.

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