Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Quick Hit - Interesting Take on the Ricci Case and Equal Protection

If you are at all interested in the Ricci case, please take a moment to read this posting by Deborah Hellman which discusses the Ricci case, but also critiques some of the underlying assumptions in equal protection jurisprudence.  It's definately worth your time!

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http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/conlaw/2009/04/quick-hit-interesting-take-on-the-ricci-case-and-equal-protection.html

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You've become sidetracked in thinking that the exam is an actual merit to consider for promotion. Think again. The test is merely a way of finding out if these men are ready to give orders based on their knowledge of the situation.

Leadership comes in time.

If the men are not ready/are not knowledgeable to lead, people will die.

The citizens of New Haven have a right to the best... black/white/hispanic/dyslexic whatever.... but the BEST.

Posted by: Wendy | May 27, 2009 8:20:16 PM

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