The wide-ranging economic and social effects of the current recession and the potential for renewed legislative debate makes it an appropriate time to examine the state of immigration in the United States.
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- "Admission Guarantees, High School Economic Composition and College Application Behavior," Dawn Koffman and Marta Tienda
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- "Equity, Diversity, and College Admissions: Lessons From the Texas Uniform Admission Law," Marta Tienda, in Equal Opportunity in Higher Education: The Past and Future of Proposition 209 (2010)
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