Review Of Daniel Golden's 'Ivy Leagues'

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Daniel Golden throughout his book argues that the nation's most exclusive colleges (primarily the Ivy Leagues) Require some sort of hook to be admitted for most students leaving many students who deserve to get in behind because they are not the children of rich parents, a celebrity’s child or celebrity themselves, a legacy of a long running family, an athlete in patrican sports, or it can come down to being a race that is not popular among exclusive schools. Golden presents all of these arguments in an accurate manner with statistics and quotes from a wide variety of people and with that offers a strong argument and while very competent is not without its faults. No one person's opinion can be withouts its success and faults in the eyes
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