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In 2003, the Supreme Court ruled in 2 cases, Gratz v Bollinger and Grutter v Bollinger that:

▸ Only gender and age could be used for preferential admission.

▸ Preference could not be based on race or ethnicity.

▸ Promoting racial diversity in educational settings was legitimate.

▸ Gender could not be used as admission criteria.
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Social Welfare: A History of the American Response to Need
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Promoting racial diversity in educational settings was legitimate.
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