Affirmitive Action

Affirmitive Action - policies do not benefit those who are...

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C Affirmative action policies do not benefit those who are supposed to be A helped in any way. Instead of Affirmative action decisions in their favor, h minorities and females are entrenched in their status because of the lowering of m standards and expectations imposed on them by businesses and educational s institutions due to the cries of racism and sexism in standards by advocates of i AA. Ernest Van Den Haag put it best, when he declares that. " Affirmative action A has done as much injury to black scholars as to black students." Isn't it time to h return to hiring people on individual merit, and return the millions spent on r Affirmative action. That money could be better spent on bringing minority and A female applicants up to standards. I believe the most qualified person should be f awarded the job, regardless of race, ethnicity, or disability.Affirmative action
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Unformatted text preview: policies do not benefit those who are supposed to be p helped in any way. Instead of Affirmative action decisions in their favor, h minorities and females are entrenched in their status because of the lowering of m standards and expectations imposed on them by businesses and educational s institutions due to the cries of racism and sexism in standards by advocates of i AA. Ernest Van Den Haag put it best, when he declares that. " Affirmative action A has done as much injury to black scholars as to black students." Isn't it time to h return to hiring people on individual merit, and return the millions spent on r Affirmative action. That money could be better spent on bringing minority and A female applicants up to standards. I believe the most qualified person should be f awarded the job, regardless of race, ethnicity, or disability. a...
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course ACCT 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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