Anti-Affirmative Action Ballot Measures Analytical Essay by ResearchRiter

Anti-Affirmative Action Ballot Measures
A discussion of anti-affirmative action ballot measures.
# 126039 | 750 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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In this article, the writer examines the originators of the affirmative action ballot measure and evaluates their authority, credibility, and probable motives.

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"The states of Arizona Colorado Missouri Nebraska and Oklahoma had proposed ballot initiatives that would allow voters to decide whether affirmative action would be eliminated in government-funded projects and public schools. The originator of the movement is Ward Connerly an African-American American Indian who heads up the American Civil Rights Coalition a non profit organization working to end racial and gender preferences. Royce Connerly who suffered discrimination as a youth ..."

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