Why Did the United States Medical School Admissions Quota for Jews End?
At the end of World War II anti-Semitic medical school admissions quotas were deeply entrenched in the United States. Twenty-five years later they were gone. Why did that happen and what are the implications for the current controversy regarding alleged quotas directed against Asian-Americans?
Edward C. Halperin M.D., M.A., is Chancellor/Chief Executive Officer of the New York Medical College, Valhalla NY.