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The Unfairness of Affirmative Action

Summary: Affirmative action plans often produce results that are not fair.
For many years the common middle class Caucasian was plagued by favoritism, a plague of favoritism that wasn't a pocket full of poesy to sing about either. Today the disease of favoritism, also know as affirmative action, is existent and growing stronger by each and every admission and/or hire.

Before discussing this disease, it must be confirmed that the audience understands a few terms. The first term itself, affirmative action, according to dictionary.com, is defined as, "A policy or a program that seeks to redress past discrimination through active measures to ensure equal opportunity, as in education and employment." The final term the audience must be able to understand is the term reverse discrimination, term that best describes affirmative action. Again according to dictionary.com, reverse discrimination is defined as, "Discrimination against members of a dominant or majority group, especially when resulting from policies established to...

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