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by Aman Singh Das | July 21, 2009

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"Affirmative action has always been understandable, but never ideal. It congratulates its practitioners on their virtue, condescends to its beneficiaries, and corrodes the racial attitudes of its victims."--Ross Douthat in New York Times, in "Race in 2028."

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