Linda Chavez

Center for Equal Opportunity

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Chairman of the Center for Equal Opportunity, a nonprofit public-policy, research organization in Washington, DC that is against affirmative action; former White House director of public liaison and staff director of the US Commission on Civil Rights (1983-1985)

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In the  Grutter case  almost ten years ago, a divided US Supreme Court rejected racial quotas in college admissions.

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In the Grutter case almost ten years ago, a divided US Supreme Court rejected racial quotas in college admissions.

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