By John MassonSept. 17, 2012
The aggressive stance taken by Texas officials in two high-profile cases—one defending affirmative action, and one attacking the Voting Rights Act—may backfire on the state and bring about the strengthening of the latter and the destruction of the former, Michigan Law professor Ellen Katz argues in a new paper.
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