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Frank Conlon conlon at U.WASHINGTON.EDU
Wed Oct 1 21:45:04 UTC 2008

Allen, the present situation has to do with immigration laws and a mandate 
that--given two candidates of equal merit and achievement, the American 
citizen has preference.  Exemptions are granted, but not without much 
paper work.


Frank F. Conlon
Professor Emeritus 
University of Washington
Co-editor, H-ASIA

On Wed, 1 Oct 2008, Allen W Thrasher wrote:

> I think a number of American state universities, have, or used to have, a numerus clausus for hiring non-citizens, but it was arguably pretty generous.  The figure of one-third sticks in my mind.  I would assume these would have been imposed by the state legislatures, not just an internal decision of the universities.
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