by Craig McAndrew
October 4, 2017
Affirmative Action and Judicial Interpretation2017-09-15T21:48:12-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/5a1/20170915214956002_hd.jpgBoston College Prof. Shep Melnick on affirmative action, the 14th Amendment, and judicial interpretation.
Boston College Prof. Shep Melnick on affirmative action, the 14th Amendment, and judicial interpretation.
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- Shep Melnick Professor Boston College->American Politics
- Hoover Institution at Stanford UniversityHoover Institution at Stanford University
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