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Introduction
 
The California Master Plan: Reducing Competition
 
Master Plan Provisions for Collaboration: Student Transfer and the Joint Doctorate
 
Additional Areas of Collaboration
 
Tidal Wave II: Enrollment Growth and Fiscal Constraint
 
Closing Observations
 
Appendix
 
Acknowledgments
 
References
 
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