Insofar, as the California Supreme Court held that Bakke must be admitted to the Davis Medical School, we affirm.
Insofar, as the California court prohibited Davis from considering race as a factor in admissions, we reverse.
Racial quotas are a violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
It's actually constitutionally permissible.
On June 26, 1978, the decision was finally announced. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Bakke on a 8-1 majority.
However, there was no majority decision. Four justices said that race should never be included in the admissions process, while the other four stated that using race was allowed as long as it was not the sole component.
Bakke received court-ordered acceptance into the University and the Supreme Court was able to minimize reverse discrimination while also making progress for minorities.