That is the title of Peter Kirsanows piece at NRO on Grutter and Gratz. He thinks that although the immediate practical effects will be negligible, "the long term social cost will be pronounced." And, "The Michigan opinions nevertheless impress for the sheer banality of the tortuous reasoning used to convert the plain, unambiguous language of the Fourteenth Amendment into a license to discriminate...provided it is done artfully."
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