Imagine two seven year old piano students. One goes to one of the best piano teachers in the country until he is 16 years old. The other goes to one of the worst. They both show great promise. They both get accepted to the Juliard school of music and second student pulls far out ahead of the first. What if there had only been one slot at the Juliard? Which student should have got it?

The same logic should apply to racial quotas in giving black students consideration for the poor education they have been given so far.

~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:69)