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Alan WolfeChapters explore the influence of parents, teachers, peers and society as a whole in explaining why blacks and whites perform differently on [some] tests. . . .some of the authors disagree with the hypotheses suggested by others. . . .the most important fact is. . .When we debate using racial preferencces to admit more black and Hispanic students to the nation's best colleges, we are considering the fate of a shockingly small number of people.
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