Counting by Race: Equality from the Founding Tathers to Bakke and Weber
Preface: The purposes of this book are two: first, to inquire into the history of the idea of equality of all men in America: and second, to present an argument on a question of public policy, specifically on the issue of equality present in the case of Regents of the University of California v Allan Bakke.
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