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Mismatch by Stuart Jr. Taylor, Richard H. Sander

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CHAPTER TEN
THE HYDRA OF PREFERENCES
The Evasion of Prop 209 at the University of California
 
 
 
 
IN THE SPRING OF 1999, on assignment from the New York Times Magazine, James Traub visited some campuses of the University of California to assess Prop 209’s implementation. What he saw, he generally liked. The campuses seemed to be flourishing and at peace. As Traub reported, “When I asked Kenya Coleman, a black student [at UC Riverside] who was majoring in business, whether she felt that students denied admission to Berkeley would be losing out on something at Riverside, she bristled slightly and said, ‘If they end up here it would be a blessing in disguise.’” Another black Riverside senior told him, “I think I am more prepared in terms of graduate ...

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