‘Canadians Fear Toxic US Export’

That’s the title John Rosenberg gives a recent post on his Discriminations blogsite.  As he explains, “According to a long article in Macleans, Too Asian?, many Canadians are now worried ‘that efforts in the U.S. to limit enrollment of Asian students in top universities may migrate to Canada.’ . . .  The United States, which likes to think of itself as the land of equal opportunity, is rapidly developing a reputation for racial favoritism and closet quotas.” Read the whole thing here.

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