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VRA arguments; the end of the affair

[ 9 ] February 27, 2013 |

I have a piece in Salon about the Voting Rights Act case the supremes heard today.

Also, I’m closing down my other place. I’ll still report and comment on the law school mess here from time to time.

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  1. Speak Truth says:

    It wasn’t that Congress thought that they needed legislation to correct a wrong. The real problem, stated or not, is the VRA treated the states differently.

  2. Aidan says:

    That’s quite the comment section.

  3. I gotta tell you, Paul, I’ve never seen one person succeed at putting an issue into the public conversation the way you have with your writing about law schools.

  4. brianleitersrottingteeth says:

    Not to take anything away from Paul, but the situation with law schools was crying out for somebody like him. He grabbed the opportunity, but I think any law professor could have. Any law professor who began to write about the law school scam could expect hundreds of admiring comments for each blog post, and could expect to command an army to bust down the doors at any other blog with a comment section to attack whatever defense of the status quo was being offered. The situation had just become that bad. That’s why I think the law professors who envy the publicity Paul made for himself are so pathetic. It could have been theirs.

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