Open Access Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
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In my analysis of affirmative action policy, I began the search without having formed any opinion whatsoever. The topic was interesting to me, and after reading a mass of news editorials and their op-eds, I decided to take up the argument for myself. Other than the fact that I am a student, I have no stake in affirmative action policy. This paper relies primarily on the foremost half-dozen or so notable mismatch theory scholars, a close reading of an innumerable number of Supreme Court opinions, affirmative action related studies from higher education academics and policy institutes, and how historical executive actions in particular have shaped the past, present, and now the future of affirmative action policy. So, it is with the past that we begin
Chasan, Quinn, "Reforming Affirmative Action for the Future: A Constitutional and Consequentialist Approach" (2013). CMC Senior Theses. 660.