Men in black are back

"Men in black are back" Continued...

Issue: "Building a better boycott," Oct. 4, 1997

Stuart Taylor Jr., writing in The Connecticut Law Tribune, says that President Clinton, in his handline of the issue, is playing into the hands of his opponents: Mr. Clinton, he wrote, "helped put even the most benign forms of affirmative action at risk ... by pandering so irresponsibly to proponents of unrestrained racial preferences.

"... Even moderates on the U.S. Supreme Court and elsewhere may conclude that the only way to stop people like Clinton from entrenching a racial spoils system forever is a flat ban on any and all race-conscious


John W. Alexander
John W. Alexander


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