4. Regents of the University of California v. Bakke
In June 1978, the Supreme Court declared that affirmative action was legal insofar as racial quotas were not used. The case was brought by a white California man, Allan Bakke who said he had suffered reverse racism as he had higher scores than minority group members but was refused admission because of a University rule that reserved 16% of admission slots for minority groups. The Supreme Court ordered the University to admit Bakkie as using quotas was unconstitutional but also held that race can be used as a valid factor in admissions decisions.
This showed that affirmative action was legal but subject to scrutiny.
the incorrect statement about jews is: d. jews began migrating to germany after the end of world war i. jews migrated throughout the world across many centuries, and that was also the case with germany, the migration began before the end of world war i, but there was an emigration wave before the start of the world war ii.
rudy is the nazi ideal, unfortunately for the nazis his ideal comes in the form of jesse the complete opposite of those who embrace the idea of white supremacy. over the course of the novel, rudy learns that he wants nothing to do with the hitler youth, and because of this his parents are forced to make a bargain; rudy's father is forced into the military, so that his son can remain home. both liesel and hans influence that young man that rudy becomes. following han's example, rudy puts aside his own hunger to risk his life so that the jewish prisoners might have bread to eat.