A Nation of Darwinism on Education displayed in Brown v. Board of Education.
The segregated schools in the United States' past years are justified by the Caucasians sense of superiority over the African Americans; therefore, the African Americans where not worthy of the same education. Yet theorists like Charles Darwin, who view the existence of humans in a competitive state of mind, have a different perspective of such acts. These segregated schools allowed the Whites to receive high-quality education, giving them an edge over the African Americans. The enforcement of such school policies can be interpreted as the White race's attempt to survive on earth, with int…
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