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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
Frank F. Conlon
University of Washington
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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