Yale's Jack Balkin on the "colorblind" Constitution

[JURIST] As the US Supreme Court schedules arguments in the University of Michigan affirmative action cases for April 1 [NY Times report], Yale Law School professor Jack Balkin pens the second of two interesting installments on the history of "colorblindness" in American constitutional law. Read parts one [Balkinization post] and two [Balkinization post] on his new blog.

 

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