Under sponsorship by state Democrats, California's apparently setting up a referendum to restore affirmative action in university admissions, a policy that would decimate asian participation in elite California public universities. Asians are 14% of California's population but are 37% of the student body in the high end public universities that California is rightly proud of. Race based admissions could cut Asian attendance by more than 50%.
In racially conscious admissions schemes, Asians end up with the rawest deal, having to work twice as hard to get into the school of their choice as whites and other racial groups. It's not right. It's unfair. It's un-american.
HT: National Review