Let's build up the pressure on Harvard
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    On Nov. 29, 80-20 president S. B. Woo shipped ammo to Acting 
Assistant Attorney General John M. Gore for his investigation of Harvard.  If we want to win this crucial struggle for our youth, we must send good information to Mr. Gore so that he can be fairly certain that (1) Harvard is violating Title VI, and (2) there is enough evidence to convict Harvard.  Excerpts  from Woo's letter are shown below:

"Dear Acting Assistant Attorney General Gore:

     Thank you for your reply to me of Nov. 1, 2017. . .  we finally have a DOJ official who truly wants Justice to prevail.

      Please see 4 SIMULATED curves, appended herewith, showing the 
SAT scores of applicants to Harvard, broken down by race.   The curves easily explain why Harvard needed to add  540 and 370 SAT points, 

respectively to black and Hispanic  students  in order to achieve its pre-conceived idea of race balance.  More importantly, the two  curves on the right side show why Harvard needs to take 140 SAT points away from  Asian American applicants in order to place a quota on the number of Asian American  students on Harvard's campus.

     Assuming that Harvard will eventually comply with your requests for information,  you  will be able to construct such 4 curves using REAL data from applicants They will resemble  what you are seeing now, except for their peaks, which will shift much to the high-score  end of the graph.  That is because only the best students apply to Harvard.   However, the tails on the high-score end will NOT shift at all.  The tails are already 
predetermined  by the academic characteristics of each racial group.

      The 4 SIMULATED curves were constructed using data already publicly available on  websites.   For details, click on the attachment ....

S. B. Woo
President, 80-20 Educational Foundation, Inc.
Former Lieutenant Governor of Delaware (1985-89)"

       EXTRA!   EXTRA!  Harvard Complied on Dec. 1
      The NY Times reported that " Harvard Agrees to Turn Over Records Amid Discrimination Inquiry."  

         As a result, if the DOJ wants, it may now construct the 4 curves of Harvard's applicants using  REAL data from applicants.  Such a diagram will help illustrate that Harvard's holistic evaluation,   judging  from its evaluation results, which are vastly different from the academic achievements of its 
applicants,  is a charade.  The purpose of the charade is to do race-balancing as it sees fit, with emphasis on limiting the admission of AsAms.

             $$$ You Could Claim in CA & Other States 

    80-20 normally shies away from this kind of service.  But this one seems cost  effective .  Click on  https://ucpi.sco.ca.gov/UCP/Default.aspx  which lists 
unclaimed assets in Calif.  The site is very user-friendly.  Anyone can use it.

   Unclaimed assets usually mean dormant savings & checking accounts & 
certificates of deposit, but not real estate.

    At the site, all you need to enter is  the last name of the person whom you suspect might have  unclaimed assets in CA.  A huge list of persons with that last name will pop up.  Y ou can then narrow down the list by specifying 
first  name and/or city, ..., etc.   If you happen to find that person,  even the claim process is supposed  to be quite user-friendly.  Good luck!   Other states also provide such websites.  They may not be as user-friendly.  The above service was suggested by Nancy  Tai, Downingtown, PA who is a  $1,000/yr for 5 yrs donor.  We thank her.


S. B. Woo 

President and a volunteer for the past 18 years
80-20 Educational Foundation, Inc, a 501 C-3 organization,
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