Creating Equal: My Fight against Race Preferences


Ward Connerly first burst onto the American scene in 1995 as the University of California regent who forced the nation's largest public university to become colorblind in its admissions policies. Some thought he was bringing Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream a step closer to reality, while others accused him of "race treason." Creating Equal records how one man's willingness to break ranks created a movement whose end is not yet in sight.


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