Understanding the Supreme Court’s ruling on race-based employment practices

In late June the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 ruling which has been widely reported as prohibiting "reverse discrimination"" in employment. The case Ricci v DeStefano involved a written promotion examination given to New Haven Conn. firefighters the results of which were eventually thrown out because otherwise no African American applicants would have been promoted . . .

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