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Affirmative Action and its Downfalls

   
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Some arguments for affirmative action may be that for hundreds of years minorities were forced into servitude and slavery by the white race, and now minorities are simply being "repaid" for all of those years of torture. In reality though, should men and women that have nothing to do with that oppression be forced to "repay" the minorities for their forefather's sufferings? Another counter argument to the abolition of affirmative action is that minorities for the most part are brought up in poor neighborhoods and therefore their education is not as good as most of the white people whose income level is higher and subsequently have better schools...
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Some arguments for affirmative action may be that for hundreds of years minorities were forced into servitude and slavery by the white race, and now minorities are simply being "repaid" for all of those years of torture. In reality though, should men and women that have nothing to do with that oppression be forced to "repay" the minorities for their forefather's sufferings? Another counter argument to the abolition of affirmative action is that minorities for the most part are brought up in poor neighborhoods and therefore their education is not as good as most of the white people whose income level is higher and subsequently have better schools...
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