Affirmative Action

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Affirmative Action Americans have pride in their diversity and cultural differences. It is what makes us unique as well as the strongest nation in the world. However, this diversity has not always been considered an advantage. The original text of the Constitution dictates equality, but then denies its value to groups. People are entitled to opinion, but how does this effect the rights of others? Affirmative action has changed drastically at the end of the …

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