Fears of an Asian Quota in the Ivy LeagueWith a disproportionate number of Asian-American students acing standardized tests, are top colleges limiting the number they admit? Read More »DEBATERS
- Statistics Indicate an Ivy League Asian Quota
- RON UNZ, THE AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE
- Quotas Are Imaginary; Need for Diversity Is Real
- KHIN MAI AUNG, ASIAN AMERICAN LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATION FUND
- Scores Aren’t the Only Qualification
- ROD M. BUGARIN JR., FORMER ADMISSIONS OFFICER
- Discrimination Is Obvious
- S.B. WOO, 80-20 NATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
- Harvard Shuns Quotas and Narrow Criteria
- JEFF NEAL, HARVARD UNIVERSITY
- When Wealth Trumps Merit
- JOHN C. BRITTAIN, LAW PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF LAW AND
- RICHARD D. KAHLENBERG, CENTURY FOUNDATION
P.S., I see a rumor that the New York Times will be for sale in 2013. I think it would be nuts for politically dependent billionaires (i.e., most billionaires) to evaluate buying the NYT solely based on net present value of cash flow. Do you think Carlos Slim regrets the money he spent bailing out the NYT in 2008? The Mexican telecom monopolist bought himself years of being not considered terribly newsworthy, while Americans who want to reduce the profits Slim makes on calls to and from illegal aliens were recurrently demonized. And any connection between Slim's bailout and the NYT's virulence against immigration skeptics is simply Not News.
Money well spent.