Well no MBM. I do not. I can read as well as any of them. Its never about 'knowing more', the Supreme court exercises 'judgement', not necessarily 'knowledge'. We are all reading from the exact same book, are we not?
And what makes you think they 'justified' aa?
"It is designed to counter the racist behavior of employers who, of their own volition, cannot be trusted to follow the law and hire without bias. Do you understand that?"
Actually MBM, ALL law is designed to ensure comformity of behavior on this same basis of 'not trusting people', otherwise why would we need law at all? We wouldn't need the law against 'robbing banks' for example, if everyone would just stop robbing banks. Nothing unique about anti-discrimination laws there.
But anti-discrimination laws and laws against racial bias are one thing, and affirm action is another. The constitution forbids racial discrimination in hiring and firing already. But we are speaking of Affirm action, not 'anti-discrimination' law.