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Zealand, Australia and others. Next, Dias said that if we treat all in one class equally, there are chances of becoming class within that class. In certain situation, it is difficult to differentiate between corrective justice and distributive justice.
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9 Referring to the case of DeFunis v Odegard 22 and Regents of University of California v Bakke 23 , the fact was similar in both of this cases where the university denied African American who obtain lower grades to enter into the university. The case was brought to the court and the students claim that the admissions committee procedures were racially discriminatory. The African American was regarded as the lowest grades as they are socially and economically backwards. According to Dias, what the university is practicing by giving the lower grades to pursue their education in that university is under corrective justice. Because by not giving admission to the African American on lower grades, the university is practicing discrimination because the African American students were not treated equally. Dias further stated that it can also fall under distributive justice with regards to equality in the distribution of admission of students. It is demanded by the distributive justice for the university to give equal admission to the African Americans. There was a discrimination to them. Due to the judgment of this case, African American was allowed to enter into the university. 22 40 L Ed (2d) 164 (1974) 23 438 US 65 (1978)
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