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A Muted Opposition
American Jewish organizations are no longer on the forefront of the opposition to affirmative action, an indication their constituents have decided admissions policies designed to boost minority enrollment do not threaten their own foothold in elite colleges.

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Drug Tests For Welfare Recipients Upheld (Post, Oct. 19, 2002)

N.C. University Students Discuss Readings in Islam: Christian Group Sought to Bar Assignment on Koran (Post, Aug. 20, 2002)

Calif. Woman Given 4 Years In Prison in Dog Mauling (Post, July 16, 2002)

Federal Prosecutors Defend Charges Against Lindh (Post, June 6, 2002)

Race Upheld in Mich. Law Admissions (Post, May 14, 2002; 4:29 PM)

Agent Alleges FBI Ignored Hamas Activities: Chicagoan Sues, Saying Bureau Refused to File Charges, Disrupt Pre-Sept. 11 Crimes (Post, May 11, 2002)

Court Rules Against Death Row Inmate (Post, March 27, 2002; 3:01 PM)

Activist Argues for Right to Sue Officials: Justices Remain Silent During Emotional Argument (Post, March 18, 2002; 3:04 PM)

Landfill Turns Into 'Humbling, Holy Place': NYPD Sorts Debris For Remains, Effects (Post, Jan. 15, 2002)

Laying Down the Law, Justices Ruled With Confidence (Post, July 1, 2001)

Positioned for a Call to Justice (Post, July 10, 2001)

Immigrant Criminals Given 1 More Chance: High Court Says Hill Can't Cut Off All Rights (Post, July 1, 2001)

Justices Decide Immigrants Have Right to Review (Post, June 26, 2001)

Court Backs Limits on Campaign Spending: Justices Cite Need to Curb 'Hard Money' Contributions (Post, June 26, 2001)

Parent's Sex May Be Factor in Citizenship, Court Rules: Justices Uphold Law Favoring U.S. Mothers of Out-of-Wedlock Children (Post, June 12, 2001)

High-Tech Devices Require a Warrant: Court: Search Violates Privacy Right (Post, June 12, 2001)

Justices Back Bible Group: Access to School Facilities Widened (Post, June 12, 2001)

Death Sentence For Retarded Man Is Overturned: High Court Says Jury in Penry Case Was Given Inadequate Instructions (Post, June 5, 2001)

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