Unformatted text preview: employment can still be “deprived of other sorts of goods” (Sher 59) due to their membership of the group. Another argument Sher makes is that “they stand to gain the most from the relevant effects of the original discrimination, that the bypassed individual stand to lose the most from reverse discrimination. I think Sher got through to what he wanted to say by providing thorough explanations and examples. This justification of reverse discrimination did a good job overall because of its well thought out explanations, and the author incorporated multiple views and perspective of the matter, which I thought was a great addition to the argument....
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- Fall '07
- Discrimination, George Sher, Sher