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Did Stanford’s Tantrum Blow Up the Affirmative Action Cases?
Earlier this month a mob of students and administrators at Stanford's Law School disrupted a Federalist Society event that was to feature a lecture by federal Court of Appeals judge Kyle Duncan. The angry mob, shouting and hurling threatening epithets at the judge, prevented him from speaking, thereby preventing other students from hearing what he had to say.
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James Piereson is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute.
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