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And that, said Students for Fair Admissions, the group that sued Harvard, pointed plainly to discrimination.

On paper, Harvard University looked like it was headed for trouble last year in a lawsuit aimed at dismantling the use of race in college admissions.

Students for Fair Admissions did not call any students or present any cases of applicants who were specifically disadvantaged by Harvard’s admissions process.

The Fisher case was also backed by Edward Blum, the leader of Students for Fair Admissions.

The team of four attorneys representing Students for Fair Admissions all clerked for Justice Clarence Thomas, a stern critic of affirmative action.

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