In this Article, Professor Kuperman examines the morality of affirmative action with a primary focus on affirmative action for women. He outlines what he feels is a convincing case for a philosophically opposed position: that affirmative action programs are justified. After discussing the criticisms leveled against affirmative action, the author concludes by suggesting that the strongest case for affirmative action rests on its relation to a just society. The relation is that affirmative action should lead to a just society.
Joel J. Kupperman,
Relations between the Sexes: Timely vs. Timeless Principles,
San Diego L. Rev.
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