Here's a question though: Who would you say is disadvantaged?
I ask because Princeton did a study and found that if they ended Affirmative Action, the number of black and latino students would drop significantly while the white students wouldn't materially increase. They did however estimate that four out of every five black and latino students would be replaced with an Asian student.
Aren't Asian's supposed to be among those disadvantaged? Because presently Affirmative Action seems to disadvantage them even further.
Asians are not among the disadvantaged. They have a higher median income than whites and that has been true since at least the 80's. Even if affirmative action controlled for the tendency of Asians to apply more to colleges, properly functioning affirmative action would still disadvantage Asians.