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Against Affirmative Action in College Admissions
Originally imposed in 1965, affirmative action is a set of public policies designed to compensate for past racism and help alleviate the racism that still exists. Ironically it does just the opposite. With affirmative action in place, colleges are forced to discriminate in favor of racial minorities in their admissions. Thus, discrimination is being used to combat discrimination. Affirmative action creates a situation analogous to that of George Orwell's Animal Farm, in which the under qualified minorities (the animals) are driving out the qualified whites (the humans). …
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