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Third World students : for the United States National Student Association

Author: Tony Hewitt; Charles Mullings; Chip Berlet; United States National Student Association.
Publisher: [Washington] : [United States National Student Association], ©1974.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tony Hewitt; Charles Mullings; Chip Berlet; United States National Student Association.
OCLC Number: 2089987
Description: 72 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Youth Organization for Black Unity. Black colleges historically: the heritage we recognize.--Bass, C.I find it hard and a little foolish to write this paper ... --Cantor, S. Underrepresentation of Chicano students in higher education.--U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Teachers and students.--Bongartz, R. The Chicano rebellion.--Schneider, L.D. Higher education for the American Indian.--Barcello, R. Issue: Indian University vs. Anglo university.--Sue, D.W. and Sue, D. The neglected minority.--Kagiwada, G. and Fujimoto, I. Asian-American studies: implications for education.--Koehler, C. The ups and downs of minority enrollment.--Kober, J. The DeFunis case: a decision not to decide.--Douglas, W.O. DeFunis v. Odegaard: the Douglas dissent.--Raspberry, W. The DeFunis case: sorting out the Douglas dissent.--Wills, G. DeFunis: the case for favor.--Koehler, C. The Shockley question: free speech or neo racism.--Watson, B.C. Social Darwinism: the genetic inferiority of certain races.
Responsibility: edited by Tony Hewitt and Charles Mullings and Chip Berlet.

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