Wednesday, June 18, 2003

Samuelson on affirmative action

Robert Samuelson is what Paul Krugman could be if he put aside his polemic sophistry. Samuelson is always clear and rational and (*gasp*) supports his positions with history, facts, and pragmatic thoughts. Here’s his take on the University of Michigan case and the shifting principles of college admissions in “Affirmative Ambiguity.”

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