The absurdity of group rights in a land of mixed-race individuals

Southern Illinois University history professor Jonathan Bean comments here on the recent Supreme Court decision in Schuette v BAMN, a case that has thrown the “diversity above everything” crowd into apoplexy. The Court did not buy the notion that some groups are more equal than others argument pressed by the zealots for racial preferences.

Professor Bean applauds the decision and explains why the very idea of labeling people as group members and favoring some over others is an absurdity.

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