Bakke and Bok

February 1978
New Republic;2/18/78, Vol. 178 Issue 7, p3
Focuses on the racial discrimination case involving black student Allan P. Bakke in the U.S. Denial of Bakke's admission to medical schools despite having above-average academic ratings; David Medical School's explanation for rejection of Bakke's application; Position of Harvard University on the case; Claim of Bakke's lawyer that his client was discriminated against "because of race"; Predetermined quotas of universities for black students; Provisions of the Magna Carta of civil liberties.


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