Urban Planning in a Multicultural Society

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The recent approval of ballot initiatives dealing with illegal immigration and affirmative action (Propositions 187 and 209) in California suggest, at least to some, a disturbing trend toward reversing efforts to improve political and socio-economic access of ethnic and immigrant populations

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