Includes statements by Sen. Orrin G. Hatch, Sen. Paul Simon, Sen. Russell D. Feingold, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, and Sen. Carol Mosely-Braun. Panel speakers: Pete Wilson, Gov. of California; Ward Connerly, Regent, Univ. of California and Chairman, California Civil Rights Initiative; Lee Cheng, law student, Univ. of California-Berkeley; Audrey Rice Olive, CEO, Integrated Business Solutions; Erwin Chemerinsky, Prof. of Law, USC Law Center, and Linda Chavez, Pres., Center for Equal Opportunity. Additional submission from the National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium.... applying to Berkeley, particularly poor ones, have been denied acceptance in order to accommodate aquot;diversityaquot; admits. ... Proponents of racial preferences commonly cite a number of reasons to maintain the status quo. ... Anyone can be poor and motivated and deserving of a chance to reach his or her potential. ... Ms. Oliver, we will turn to you. ... and I am founder and chief executive officer of Integrated Business Solutions, Inc., and I am pleased to testify before you this morning.
|Title||:||California and Affirmative Action|
|Author||:||Orrin G. Hatch|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-06-01|