Randall Kennedy talked about his book, For Discrimination: Race, Affirmative Action, and the Law, in which he looks at the history of affirmative action policies and argues that affirmative action is a morally sound idea that should not be abandoned. He spoke at the Concord Bookshop in Concord, Massachusetts. close
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