Naked Racial Preference by Carl Cohen
The Case Against Affirmative Action

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From landmark court cases on affirmative action to their consequences, a study on why such preferences are morally wrong, unlawful, and indefensible.

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Carl Cohen is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan. He has written extensively on moral and political philosophy and logic. His essays have appeared in The Nation, Commentary, Ethics, and many law reviews and other periodicals. Former chairman of the ACLU of Michigan, Cohen hasserved on Michigan's admissions committees, and as chairman of its faculty. James P. Sterba is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. The author of twenty-three books, most recently Three Challenges to Ethics (OUP, 2001) he is the past president of the International Society forSocial and Legal Philosophy, American Section, of Concerned Philosophers for Peace, and of the North American Society for Social Philosophy.
Published September 12, 1995 by Madison Books. 240 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Cohen (Civil Disobedience), a philosophy professor at the University of Michigan, offers carefully argued critiques of what he calls the often-contorted reasoning behind judicial decisions upholding affirmative action.

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