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Terry H. Anderson. The Pursuit of Fairness: A History of Affirmative Action. Oxford University Press. 2004. 320pp.

A. M. Babkina (editor). Affirmative Action: An Annotated Bibliography. Nova Publishers. 2004. 128pp. 2nd Edition.

Francis J. Beckwith; Todd E. Jones (editor). Affirmative Action: Social Justice or Reverse Discrimination?. Prometheus Books. 1997. 250pp.

Herman Belz. Equality Transformed: A Quarter-Century of Affirmative Action. Transaction Publishers. 1991. 320pp.

Lydia Chávez. The Color Bind: California's Battle to End Affirmative Action. University of California Press. 1998. 305pp.

S. N. Colamery. Affirmative Action: Catalyst Or Albatross?. Nova Publishers. 1998. 331pp.

George E. Curry (editor). The Affirmative Action Debate. Basic Books. 1996. 368pp.

Terry Eastland. Ending Affirmative Action: The Case for Colorblind Justice. Basic Books. 1996. 229pp.

John Fobanjong. Understanding the Backlash Against Affirmative Action. Nova Publishers. 2001. 205pp.

Ira Katznelson. When Affirmative Action Was White: An Untold History of Racial Inequality in Twentieth-Century America. W. W. Norton & Company. 2005. 238pp.

Philip F. Rubio. A History of Affirmative Action, 1619-2000. University Press of Mississippi. 2001. 327pp.

John David Skrentny. The Ironies of Affirmative Action: Politics, Culture, and Justice in America. University of Chicago Press. 1996. 312pp.

Greg Stohr. A Black and White Case: How Affirmative Action Survived Its Greatest Legal Challenge. Bloomberg Press. 2004. 333pp.

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