'The clear implications of the most recent Supreme
Court decisions on affirmative action programs is that such programs willmbe upheld in certain circumstances to remedy past discrimination' (Bloom 48). However, many whites view this special treatment of minorities for past discrimination as discrimination towards themselves. This 'reverse
discrimination' has lead to many debates and controversies concerning race and racial politics (Piazza 30). Unfortunately this sort of political environment encourages covert racism in many whites as a counterattack against affirmative action. Our political system must first become
racially unbiased before our society may become more ethnically diverse.
If all men are created equal, then why should differences in race matter?
Unfortunately our society has not lived up to the standards set by its forefathers. Racism, especially covert racism, still affects our society socially. Covert racism is a form of civil disobedience for racists to spread ideas of racism throughout our society (Piazza 68).
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