Minorities in Medicine.. Ann Intern Med. 1978;89:151. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-89-1-151_1
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These are times when the climate of higher education is highlighted by fears of "reverse discrimination." The name Bakke has unfortunately aroused as much emotion as did Brown in the quest to define man's relationship to man. Dr. Odegaard, a former university president, historian, and observer has presented a concise, yet exhaustive review of the progress and lack thereof in programs to increase the number of members of minority groups in medicine.
The author's skills in the social sciences and his knowledge of the history of minority assimilation in the United States lends a breath of sophistication that is needed
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