Stuart Taylor, Jr. takes a look at the impending battle over the Ninth Circuit nomination of Goodwin Liu, who has indicated that the three decisions in question belong in history's dustbin. Milliken limited busing orders, Rodriguez found that the federal constitution does not provide grounds for school finance equalization suits, and Adarand limited racial preference by the federal government. Earlier here and here.
Milliken, Rodriguez, and Adarand "swept into the dustbin of history"
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