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0.46 , Appendix: SP-1: Resolution of the University of California Board of Regents Adopting a Policy "Ensuring Equal Treatment" of Admissions 20 July 1995. Representations, 1996,
0.42 Marianne Constable, The Regents on Race and Diversity: Representations and Reflections, Representations, 1996.
0.35 Judith Butler, An Affirmative View, Representations, 1996.
0.28 Miranda Oshige McGowan, Diversity of What?, Representations, 1996.
0.26 David A. Hollinger, Group Preferences Cultural Diversity and Social Democracy: Notes Toward a Theory of Affirmative Action, Representations, 1996.
0.25 Robert Post, Introduction: After Bakke, Representations, 1996.
0.24 Michel Feher, Empowerment Hazards: Affirmative Action Recovery Psychology and Identity Politics, Representations, 1996.
0.22 Jennifer Nedelsky, Law Boundaries and the Bounded Self, Representations, 1990.
0.21 Rachel F. Moran, Unrepresented, Representations, 1996.
0.16 Troy Duster, Individual Fairness Group Preferences and the California Strategy, Representations, 1996.
0.14 Frances Ferguson, Sade and the Pornographic Legacy, Representations, 1991.
0.13 Michael Omi Dana Y. Takagi, Situating Asian Americans in the Political Discourse on Affirmative Action, Representations, 1996.
0.12 Fran├žois Ewald, Norms Discipline and the Law, Representations, 1990.
0.11 , Front Matter, Representations, 1996.
0.10 Frances Ferguson, Reading Morals: Locke and Rousseau on Education and Inequality, Representations, 1984.
0.09 Barbara T. Christian, Camouflaging Race and Gender, Representations, 1996.
0.07 J. Jorge Klor de Alva, Is Affirmative Action a Christian Heresy?, Representations, 1996.
0.06 Jane C. Ginsburg, Copyright without Walls?: Speculations on Literary Property in the Library of the Future, Representations, 1993.
0.05 , Index: Representations 45-60, Representations, 1997.