The Affirmative Action Debate

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Delilah L

 

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October 6, 2013

 

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University

 

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Affirmative action made it possible for women to become a strong force in the job world. Women are not limited to a small amount of jobs, now they are able to work as construction workers, doctors, police officers, firemen and other occupations that were traditionally meant for men. Most assuredly without affirmative action, hiring policies would never have changed...
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Most assuredly without affirmative action, hiring policies would never have changed. Women, who share equal qualifications and experience, would be passed over for jobs simply because of their sex. Until the mid-1960s, legal barriers pre4vented african americans and other racial minorities from attending certain universities and obtaining professional jobs...
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