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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
The case for affirmative action has become a major problematic concern within the last several years. Beginning with the notorious Bakke vs. the Regents of the University of California, 1978, and cresting with the recent ultraconservative stance taken by at least the most vocal members of the Civil Rights Commission, affirmative action may very well be the tidal wave that washed against the minds of those who are actively involved in obliterating racism, as well as those who remain unmindful of the beast. The Case For Affirmative Action for Blacks in Higher Education deserves to once again be taken down from our shelves, dusted, and ruminated intellectually.
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