Edwin Mellen Press (1999)

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CHAPTER INTRODUCTION This study is in the form of Policy Research in the area of Foundations in Higher Education. The issue of affirmative action is both ...
Keywords Affirmative action programs Philosophy  Affirmative action programs Law and legislation
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Call number HF5549.5.A34.S69 1999
ISBN(s) 0773482636   9780773482630
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