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Robert Zelnick • 15 Items / 3 Books, 10 Articles, 2 Reviews
Backfire (1996)
A Reporter's Look at Affirmative Action
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Published Reviews
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    Economics on Trial (2 Reviews)
    Backfire, by Bob Zelnick
    1. Backfire by Bob Zelnick
    2. The Affirmative Action Fraud by Clint Bolick
    The Freeman, March 1997, p. 183
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    Color Bind (2 Reviews)
    The Diversity Machine, by Frederick R. Lynch
    1. The Diversity Machine by Frederick R. Lynch
    2. Backfire by Bob Zelnick
    National Review, July 14, 1997, pp. 51-52
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    In Defense of Affirmative Action (3 Reviews)
    Ending Affirmative Action, by Terry Eastland
    1. Ending Affirmative Action by Terry Eastland
    2. Backfire by Bob Zelnick
    3. In Defense of Affirmative Action by Barbara R. Bergmann
    The American Spectator, October 1996, pp. 72-74
  4. Review Articles
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    White Male Privilege? (7 Reviews)
    A Social Construct for Political Oppression
    1. Invisible Victims by Frederick R. Lynch
    2. In Defense of Affirmative Action by Barbara R. Bergmann
    3. Rethinking Social Policy by Christopher Jencks
    4. The New Color Line by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton
    5. The Ironies of Affirmative Action by John David Skrentny
    6. Ending Affirmative Action by Terry Eastland
    7. Backfire by Bob Zelnick
    The Journal of Libertarian Studies, Winter 1998, pp. 135-151
  5. The Critics
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    Affirmative Action, Inc. (8 Reviews)
    The New Color Line, by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton
    1. The New Color Line by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton
    2. Backfire by Bob Zelnick
    3. Forbidden Grounds by Richard A. Epstein
    4. In Defense of Affirmative Action by Barbara R. Bergmann
    5. Economic Perspectives on Affirmative Action by Margaret Sims
    6. Not All Black and White by Christopher Edley, Jr.
    7. Left for Dead by Michael Tomasky
    8. The Remedy by Richard D. Kahlenberg
    The New Yorker, November 25, 1996, pp. 106-114