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This paper details racial profiling and civil rights. The writer uses New Jersey as an example of a state which has confessed to using racial profiling its African Americans and pulling them over on the highway based on color and not on motive or suspicion. The paper explores the many facets of the problem and a proposed solution.
From the Paper:"Treating someone differently because they LOOK different than the mandated acceptable look is exactly what the Jews went through during the Nazi regime. Americans pride themselves on not allowing such mindsets to enter the nation , yet the blatant racial profiling so openly violates the civil rights of minorities that is should be an easy answer. Unfortunately its not easy to answer because the denial is still there. As America moves toward the future it takes with it lessons of the past and the racial profiling issue smacks so closely to the Nazi practices that it should not take long to be recognized and stopped."
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Racial Profiling (2003, January 31) Retrieved May 20, 2013, from http://www.academon.com/term-paper/racial-profiling-9691/
"Racial Profiling" 31 January 2003. Web. 20 May. 2013. <http://www.academon.com/term-paper/racial-profiling-9691/>