The end of affirmative action

July 26, 1995|By Maggie Gallagher

HE STOOD like a warrior, aghast, at the moment when the hordes were about to mount the walls of his own personal shining city. Jesse Jackson, who was present at the birth of affirmative action, last week made a furious and thrilling last stand against its demise.


Maggie Gallagher is a syndicated columnist.

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