The National Interest, November 2, 2018
Modern America likes to hail diversity in higher education as a virtue. So much so that the admissions offices of elite universities habitually invoke it to justify treating different applicants differently on the basis of race.
Rather than accepting the value of diversity on faith, Americans should ask what exactly is so great about diversity that it can be trotted out to defend actions that are normally legally suspect and morally indefensible.
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