Looking at the underlying facts in major cases in the Supreme Court and circuit court cases, we see that Black Americans have always been eligible, the Mexican American classification expanded into all Hispanics, Asian Americans and subgroups thereof were initially eligible, but later were considered “over-represented” and therefore at best ineligible for preferences, if not…

8/20/1866: President Andrew Johnson proclaims an “end to insurrection in the United States.”

President Andrew Johnson

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