Which of the following cases ruled that race could not be used as a criterion

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Which of the following cases ruled that race could not be used as a criterion for admission to universities? (Hopwood v. Texas) - President Bush's approval rating plunged not too long after the Gulf War because of the public's anxiety over the (sluggish economy) - In the Soviet Union, Communist hardliners blamed __________ for
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unraveling their bureaucratic government. (Mikhail Gorbachev) - Barack Obama was the first U.S. president to visit __________ since Coolidge in 1928, in an attempt to reestablish diplomatic relations. (Cuba) - What was one way the Communist coup in the Soviet Union in 1991 was significant? (A reactionary coup transformed into a strong accelerant for the collapse of the Soviet Union and the reduced nuclear threat to the United States.) - As a result of his __________, President Carter began to lose the public's confidence. ("Crisis of Confidence" speech to the American public) - Many opponents to the North American Free Trade Agreement favored tariffs to discourage the importation of cheaper foreign products. (True)]
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