A baby from affluent backgrounds would land to a low

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in the different social background would swap their babies. A baby from affluent backgrounds would land to a low-income family thus bringing equality in genetic chauvinism. “...your own biological child, the one sitting there now doing her homework, might have gone to an impoverished mother or a drug addict, perhaps have been beaten, perhaps starved.” Any child may land to any parent; thus, parents would be prepared and determined to nurture the children and develop them well to promote good biological and social welfare in the society. “Since any child might end up our own, we would provide the social and educational environments that would best enhance their development.” Rachlin ideas in the article are complete as he provides a coherent information explaining why it is essential to have the social mixing through the random allocation of babies. He states well that the issue may be rejected by many people citing many reasons for the objection. The one thing that lacks in the article is evidence to support his claims. There is no research backing
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3 CRITICAL ANALYSIS up his work to convince people that random allocation of babies can help bring social mixing and end racism and discrimination. Lack of research work from other experts to support Rachlin ideas make his work doubtable, and people are not convinced of his views. His arguments remain to be illegitimate based on the writers own assumptions.
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