John Paul II: One View
organizations; 35 percent were opinion columns or editorials. The re- mainder were illustrations and feature pieces. Yet only 6 percent of all stories reviewed the history of affirmative action. A mere 4 percent described the workings and results of special admissions programs. And only 5 percent portrayed the background of plaintiff Allan Bakke. All the papers except the World editorialized strongly against Bakke's position, but news headlines were generally neutral. F...