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This began with -- -- -- -- standard abruptly and he's the first -- was community -- -- outside Chicago centric -- here.
She's very local civil rights -- but he -- got mugged by reality to borrow a phrase he doesn't used.
He noticed -- -- silly law professor that.
That the black kids in particular candidate cluster at the bottom of this -- class wondered why any -- -- afford to bar exam.
-- -- my charter rates in the white sand and that led to a huge amount of database research and resources that a lot of interviews are real people.
Leading to the conclusion which by the way Clarence Thomas sort of figured out a long time ago that.
That the racial preferences in admissions used -- most.
Selective colleges or schools medical schools and merit -- largely racial gaps between the black or its student.
That there are hurting the black students and that Hispanic students to a lesser extent.
Probably more than they're hurting collection agency get passed over broker has -- at the bottom of the class which is what tends to happen and and being unable to continue -- science major if that's what you want -- to do but criticize courses are cute cute too tough and failing now which a fair amount of people do and save failing professional -- -- arguing that it's not get treated do that.
And rich research and in -- Irish churches are getting on -- Also suggests that a lot of these students would have been better off their -- -- just nothing wrong -- from.
Suspicious that when you take a good student and you put him in a class full of great students.
Which is what tends to happen with affirmative action and they are overmatched.
Can't keep up it's not good for -- -- central -- of the book can of course the second part of that.
-- title is goes into the pattern of universities concealing data covering chapters on.
Using deception ostracized interest towers in order to keep this system.
To keep these -- from coming to right.
So you're not suggests in.
As I've got -- -- charged with that is students are not very well because of their British prime.
We're certainly not suggesting that they're not very well because.
They scattered these institutions.
Test scores and grades.
A big jump below those of most of their white nation classmates so you take -- Let's say the black kid who enters.
Let the terrorists -- school exit duke it.
-- 300 point gap between his or her SAT scores and most of the white -- kids in the class that -- huge gap -- it might do very well.
It's say you know very good school -- George question university here American University.
Where he or she would be.
On that on an academic par with a slightly Asian peers through a systematic.
What affirmative action does this sort of systematically creates -- eight color coded two tier academic are -- mostly universities -- selective universities in the country.
Nonsense now but -- doctor what what Austin -- first place -- that they're not getting -- not.
An -- of the opportunity just education that same old white kids are getting marijuana -- The problem occurs before they get to college.
It's it's -- -- -- complex bunch of reasons including detection and our educational system and also a difference in.
-- -- practices peer group pressures property certainly.
The average black twelfth grader it's not disputed.
Comes out of school with at about the same academic level as the average -- -- greater.
And therefore the supply very well qualified -- and Hispanic students who were who were.
Very well qualified to -- go -- Stanford Harvard Yale whatever.
Is quite small and these schools understandably want to have a lot of debate racial diversity.
-- -- racial -- -- a great thing.
So that the so but that they -- -- they wanna have let's say in 9% black students in the class.
And in order to get -- many they have to take students who were.
Much less well prepared academically.
Than their white and Asian students and this produces a lot of bad side effects so.
We're -- for diversity but if you.
-- it too much by compromising other values in particular by getting people who spurred a good position people put their classmates.
We think it back first.
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