This is not what Harvard University’s lawyers said in their amicus brief to the ... | by Patrick McKenzie

Patrick McKenzie

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This is not what Harvard University’s lawyers said in their amicus brief to the Supreme Court in the Grutter v Bollinger case. t.co/PWKCjlCWGL

Let’s go to the written record: t.co/x98kfGlR9u

It’s a good brief, in which smart people muster their best case to be allowed to operate a racial discrimination department. The argument basically prevailed, and they continued operating a racial discrimination department. You can read the rest here: t.co/olNBtvDRC7

An unfortunate consequence of operating a racial discrimination department openly and without shame is that you will occasionally get dunked on by people who remember what you said about your racial discrimination department.

Ah shoot, I may have misremembered as to whether Harvard specifically signed this brief. My apologies for describing them as the honest operators of a racial discrimination department.

(This was a mistaken memory and not trolling to make a point; look at the signatory list.)

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