Taking ActionThe staff of the Virginia Journal of International Law meets to debate whether to enact an affirmative action program for its publication. This article observes that only three blacks have ever served on the Virginia Law Review, and none on the Journal of International Law, and reflects that discriminatory attitudes can persist even after an official policy of discrimination is abandoned. However, the writer objects to quotas, on the basis that they may lead to the hiring of people not ideally qualified for a job.
|Tags||race, student publications|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals|
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