Daniel Adams argues that public opinion should not/will not be the harbinger of justice, especially not in the state of Michigan in his piecethe Tyranny of the Majority. Adams, though against Affirmative Action (I can forgive him. I like this editorial.), suggests that the public sentiments about race and equality have lagged behind the necessity for progressive policy. This is a really clear argument as to why letting people in “nowhere” Michigan who have no idea what “Affirmative Action” or “racial preferences” are decide on their existence. I must admit, like Saul Williams said, “Some forms of free speech make me nervous.”

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