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The Atlantic Politics Daily: Classroom Warfare

In light of Harvard’s win in a high-profile affirmative-action case, we look at the education issues 2020 candidates and other lawmakers are battling over.

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Affirmative action has been somewhat of a political football since colleges first started adopting such policies half a century ago. Even after a district court judge ruled , affirmative action has been mostly absent on

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