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November 20, 2012

More on the Sixth Circuit's Proposal 2 decision

Last Friday I explained the Sixth Circuit’s embarrassing decision to strike down Michigan’s Proposal 2.  President of the National Association of Scholars (and longtime PLF friend) Peter Wood, has been assembling similar reactions to the Sixth Circuit’s decision.  For example, here is what Ward Connerly had to say: There is no ...

March 26, 2012

Diversity is a meaningless term

Why?  Because it means different things to different people.  That’s exactly what is said in this recent article published in Pschyological Science.   This latest article shows that no one agrees on what is meant by “diversity.”  It’s quite sad that diversity can be a compelling governmental interest that justifies di ...

April 28, 2010

Summer reading list: Equal protection and discrimination

Author: Joshua Thompson In the coming weeks some of the PLF attorneys are going to blog on some books that we recommend for the summer.  While some of the books may be more appropriate for the those interested in legal issues, I hope that a lot of the books will also be appropriate for the ...

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