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  • Affirmative Action In College
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    Opinion On Affirmative Action Note: This essay contains opinions NOT shared by the host of this web site. Affirmative action is wrong and will not help solve the problems minorities face. The reason it is wrong is because it's discrimination. It has no place in today's society in today's society because it does more bad than good. In addition to that most people don't enjoy the presence of affirmative action. Also, it appears that affirmative action can actually be detrimental to employees healt...
  • Discriminating Acts Of The Past
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    Affirmative Action or Reverse Discrimination? Bob and Steve have both applied to University X for the spring 2002 semester. Both have Board scores that are 1400 and maintain a 3.8 G.P.A. Their extra curricular activities are impressive and both their college essays are outstanding. Bob has been rejected and Steve has been accepted. Bob is Caucasian and Steve is African American. They have just been exposed to affirmative action. Targeted especially towards minorities and women, affirmative actio...
  • Affirmative Action
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    Affirmative action is just because it gives a fair advantage to black Americans, women and other minorities who have suffered from the effects of social injustice in our country. Majorities have constantly opposed affirmative action because they view it as an injustice directed to them. In Grutter vs. Bollinger, one can say that affirmative action is just because it is a benign discrimination. One might say that the law school's consideration of African Americans, Hispanics and Native American s...
  • Affirmative Action In College
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    Does Affirmative Action Solves Racism "That teacher was selected for affirmative action reasons". That is how I first heard the term used - implying a lack of ability on the part of a teacher at my high school. The phrase "affirmative action" was first used in a racial discrimination context in Executive Order No. 10,925 issued by President John F. Kennedy in 1961. This executive order indicated that federal contractors should take affirmative action to ensure that job applicants and employees a...
  • Being A Just Person
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    For many years, dating back to the first birth of man there has been the ultimate question of what makes a man just. This question has been pondered by numerous great philosophers. The question is varied to answer because of a multitude of opinions due to the nature of human diversity. Whether or not there is an objective answer to the question still remains a mystery. Plato and Epicurus have both given their detailed opinions of what makes one just. Plato believes that justness is something tha...
  • Reason Behind The Lottery
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    "The Lottery"The Lottery" is a short story that can be seen in both negative and positive aspects. The main point of the story is how on person is picked and then stoned to death just because of tradition. The people in the town were so caught up in following tradition that they do not realize what is really being done. At times a human being is unaware of his or her actions because they do not know otherwise, meaning they were brought up a certain way. Many years ago there were race disputes am...

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