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Q&A: Parsing words on affirmative action

6:38 PM, Jun. 26, 2013
The U.S. Supreme Court
The U.S. Supreme Court
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The Supreme Court's split decision on college affirmative action programs Monday was as notable for what it did not say as for what it did.

The court did not strike down the use of racial preferences in university admissions. Neither did it uphold the University of Texas' limited use of race as one factor in filling out its incoming classes.

Perhaps most telling, Justice Anthony Kennedy's relatively short (for a major case), 13-page decision - notable for pulling together colleagues as far apart ideologically as Justices Clarence Thomas and Sonia Sotomayor - provided no details on what went ...

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