Red, you're being extremeley unrealistic in your assumptions that the people who are against AA fall into one of those four categories that YOU devised. I disagree with you, there may be peoplw who DO fall into those categories, but not all, and certainly not me.Also, to TJ, if it is true that "brilliant" people often have sub-par GPA's then why do all of them necessarily have to be URM's? It makes no sense to say, well, he is URM and sub-par GPA, but he might be brilliant and not say the same thing about anyone else.One more point. if AA is to help historically disadvantaged peoples, must we not have a box for many more things? I mean, come on, the peasants in England need some relief, if someone descended from them they might still feel backlash from the crown. But more close to home, what about the Irish and the Italians (especially Italians who might have dark skin, which seems to be the whole point on the other side, not race, but color of skin).
Would that make you our patriarch?
Jump to NYU, what does that mean?
That's cool how you referenced a case.
I'm so far from the end of my tether right now that I reckon I could knit myself some socks with the slack.