bakke v. regents

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Bakke claimed he was denied admission due to race. The decision was split, one side was against the racial quota system practiced by the University, claiming it violated the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment and the Civil Rights Act 1964. The other side said that the use of race for admitting students was permissible as one of several admission criteria, and extended gains for minorities through affirmative action...
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In the end, Bakke was admitted into the University. The court's decision said that while affirmative action systems were constitutional, limiting the number of minorities admitted into a college was unconstitutional. The court decision's affect on the social nature of America showed how affirmative action was to properly be used within institutions...
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