Rosin, Hanna
October 1995
New Republic;10/23/95, Vol. 213 Issue 17, p21
Highlights the undergraduate admissions policy of the University of California at Berkeley aimed at balancing its affirmative action program and the need to uphold academic achievement. Complaints of a father named Jerry Cook against the race-based admission policy of the university; Impact of the university's admission policy on the ratio of minorities admitted; Result of promoting racial diversity at Berkeley.


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