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That Time The Ivy League Found A Way To Limit Jewish Enrollment

June 27, 2022 | by aish.com

In the early 20th century, Jews were doing so well on college entrance exams that some people got nervous they would take over the Ivy League. The result was a new system that succeeded in limiting Jewish enrollment.

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