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Jenna Newton10/11/2013Seminar Group 3Social Problems Fall 2013Racial Inequality and Tax PolicyRacial/Ethnic inequality is a social problem that has gotten better over the years, but still remains a problem today. In order to create more equality and diversity in different universities, the U.S. Supreme Court began to allow college admissions to take in consideration a person’s race. This action created a problem. The problem being that more qualified white students were not getting in compared to minority students creating a society that accuses that there is a reversediscrimination against whites (Crone 92). Relating the problem of reverse discrimination against whites, which is a latent dysfunction, to a suggestion that is given by James A. Crone in his book,How Can We Solve Our Social Problems? Second Edition. Crone suggests increased taxes on wealthy people and to decrease various taxes on poor people. With that, my question is what