Tuesday, June 17, 2003

George Will goes yard against Wolverines 

George Will takes a unique lunge at �race-norming� in the University of Michigan case, arguing why the Supremes should rule against Wolverine administrators later this month. Despite Will's unorthodox stance, he finishes his swing with a thunderous grand-slam tenet of the SCSU Scholars: the �doctrine of group rights� must be rejected, since �rights inhere in individuals.�