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Page 1 of 2 Outline for “What’s at Stake” 1978 Supreme Court decision: Race is not a big factor in admissions- very little change. It can be taken into account as only a plus factor. Competition for admission to top schools: Amount of weight assigned by schools to race, as admission factor: Critics of Affirmative Action – their perspective: Proponents of Affirmative Action – their response to criticisms:
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Unformatted text preview: Page 2 of 2 University of Michigan’s admissions policy: Solution to the ‘problem’ of using race as admissions factor – author’s proposal: Adding students who will create the richest communities, those who have intellectual energy and personal enthusiasm, and the best chance of success in college later in life....
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