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Affirmative Action in College Admissions: An Unfair Game

Summary: Discusses the article "Myth and Math of Affirmative Action" by Goodwin Liu, which explains how many students get accepted into universities due to their ethnic, racial, religious or any other minority characteristics.
Imagine rushing home from school every day just so you can be the first one in the house to look at the mail. For three months you have been waiting for a really big envelope containing the answer that will change your life forever. Now, imagine standing there holding an envelope in your hand - but it's not a big one, it's a small one. As you're opening the envelope your palms start to sweat and your stomach begins to do somersaults.

Well, this is exactly what happens to a lot of kids that get denied by the university of their choice. They may believe they have better grades than other students admitted. In the article "Myth and Math of Affirmative Action" by Goodwin Liu, he explains how many students get accepted to into the universities because of their ethnic, racial, religious or any other minority differences in...

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