Racial profiling sways university admissions

Friday, April 6, 2001 at 1:00am

Last week, my old law firm won a spectacular court victory against my law school prohibiting it from engaging in racial discrimination in admissions. Thank heaven I've graduated. I don't think I could take the piety and hysteria now engulfing the University of Michigan.

Explaining the importance of discriminating against citizens on the basis of their race, Michigan President Lee Bollinger told The New Yorker magazine: "I happen to be rereading Richard II.

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