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Cheating: An Insider's Report on the Use of Race in Admissions at UCLA

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Because of California's Proposition 209, public universities such as UCLA cannot use race as a factor in admissions. However, as this book shows, UCLA gives significant preferences to African Americans, while it discriminates against Asians. The author, a professor of political science and economics at UCLA, documents what he witnessed as a member of UCLA's faculty ...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published April 24th 2014 by Dog Ear Publishing
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J. Ewbank
May 16, 2014 J. Ewbank rated it really liked it
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Groseclose has written a book describing the cheating in the admissions at UCLA. He has handled the statistical areas in a masterful way and even allowed those of us unfamiliar with all of the techniques to understand the results. It seems apparent that there was cheating in the admissions at UCLA in violation of Proposition 209.

Groseclose then goes further and describes what he think happened which resulted in the admissions cheating at UCLA. He proposes that the liberal left wing professors th
Kirk Mahoney
May 17, 2014 Kirk Mahoney rated it it was amazing
Kudos to Tim Groseclose for exposing UCLA's illegal use of race in admissions.

As Dennis Prager has said, there are many good traits, and the rarest of the good traits is courage.

Thank you, Professor Groseclose, for your courage.

Fiat lux, UCLA. Fiat lux.
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