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Supreme Court - Affirmative Action

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Supreme Court - Affirmative Action

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Supreme Court - Affirmative Action

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The U.S. Supreme Court issues two rulings on affirmative action. The split decisions mean that minorities may be given an edge when applying to college, but the role race can play is limited. Join host Neal Conan and guests to discuss what the decision means.

Guests:

Jeffrey Rosen
*Associate professor at George Washington Law School
*Legal affairs editor at the New Republic

Doug Kmiec
*Dean and St. Thomas More Professor of Law at Catholic University, Washington, D.C.

Peter Kirsanow
*Attorney and member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Barry Mills
*President of Bowdoin College in Maine

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