ADDITIONAL READING

“Undoing Ban on Race/Sex-Based Preferences Will Harm Students | RealClearPolitics”www.realclearpolitics.com.

 Izumi, Lance. “Op-Ed: Attempt to overthrow Proposition 209 ignores K-12’s responsibility”. The Center Square.

 “California Revives Affirmative Action”. www.americanthinker.com

“Prop 209’s Legacy 20 Years Later | VOICE”

 Geshekter, Charles L. (September 2008). “The Effects of Proposition 209 on California: Higher Education, Public Employment, and Contracting”

Arcidiacono, Peter; Aucejo, E (2014-09-15). “The Effects of Proposition 209 on College Enrollment and Graduation Rates in California” IZA Journal of Labor Economics.

Sander, Richard; Taylor, Stuart. Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It’s Intended to Help, and Why Universities Won’t Admit It

“Gail Heriot: How Prop. 209 helped under-represented minority students succeed at California universities”San Diego Union-Tribune

“CalMatters Commentary: Why an ACA 5 repeal of Prop 209 won’t make California more equitable”Desert Sun

“UC admits largest and most diverse class ever of Californian freshmen”Los Angeles Times. 2019-07-23

 Sowell, Thomas. “Affirmative Action Around World”. Hoover Institution.

Sander, Richard. “A Systematic Analysis of Affirmative Action in American Law Schools”. Stanford Law Review.

 “The Damaging Fraud of ACA-5”. National Review.

Sander, Richard; Taylor, Stuart, Jr. (2012-10-02). “The Painful Truth About Affirmative Action”The Atlantic

“Is California Backsliding on Racial Preferences?”National Review

Marion, Justin (2009). “How Costly Is Affirmative Action? Government Contracting and California’s Proposition 209”The Review of Economics and Statistics.

“The Enemies of Prop 209”The Patriot Post

 “National Association of Scholars – ACA-5: License to Discriminate by National Association of Scholars”. www.nas.org

“Most Americans say colleges should not consider race or ethnicity in admissions”. Pew Research Center.