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2.   The 1978 Supreme Court decision in Bakke v. Regents of the University of California
    
A. established the rights of students to appeal college admissions policies.
B. established the "red state-blue state" divide.
C. ruled in favor of affirmative action within specified limits.
D. ruled against the principle of affirmative action.
 

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