freshman writing seminar sher vs. schaar 1st draft

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Jamie Cohen Sher vs. Schaar George Sher and John H. Schaar both have different perspectives on the social effects of equality of opportunity. Sher believes that equality of opportunity is socially beneficial because his views are that selection by merit is the most efficient way of filling positions, a history of such selection is a de facto promise to those who have responded by developing their skills, and the best qualified applicants have independent claims of fairness or desert. However, Schaar disagrees, and feels that equality of opportunity is actually dangerous to society, because equality of opportunity “leaves losers with no other justification for their failures. Sher challenges many of Schaar’s objections to equality of opportunity which is in the end the winning argument that equality of opportunity is the most logical socially beneficial solution for society. One of Sher’s justifications for equality of opportunity is that selection by merit is the most efficient way of filling positions. When an employer has an option to choose
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