Regents of the University of California v. Bakke

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Allan Bakke, a white applicant to the University of California, was rejected twice in favor of minority applicants with significantly lower test scores. The University set aside 16% of the openings for minority students, while the remaining slots were available for everyone. In effect, minority candidates had 100 positions for which to compete, while white male candidates had just 84. (Brunner, p. 1

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An essay focusing mostly on the Regents of the University of California v. Bakke case, and on the issues raised by affirmitive action. Regents of the University of California v. BakkeAllan Bakke, a white applicant to the University of California, was rejected twice in favor of minority applicants with significantly lower test scores. The University set aside 16% of the openings for minority students, while the remaining slots were available for everyone. In effect, minority candidates had 100 positions for which to compete, while white male candidates had just 84. (Brunner, p. 1) Allan

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