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Argument: Minority schools disprove perceived value of diversity

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THE STATE OF CAMPUS OPINIONStanley Rothman, Seymour Martin Lipset, and Neil Nevitte represents a cold bath. Their findings show an inverse relationship between the number of minorities on campus and the favorable ratings students give of the quality of their education. Students on majority-white campuses are more negative about the quality of their education the more blacks the campuses enroll.[81] Taken at face value, this study does more than indict affirmative action; it provides a reason for resegregation!

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