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Special Race Regulations
With both eyes blackened, blood pouring down his lips, one arm smashed and the other hanging limply to his side, the lifeless young man staggers to a nearby sidewalk. He has been a victim of racial violence. Although beaten viciously for no other apparent reason than the color of his skin, he stands no chance of convicting his perpetrators with a hate crime; he is white, wealthy and male. Although widely supported and accepted, special racial regulations are not only appallingly racist, they are wrong.
One cannot ignore the great anguish "African-Americans" have suffered, or the torments of any race or ethnicity; however, two wrongs (oppression) will never make a right. What moral principle can justify "forcing a white of today" to repay "a black of today" for what happened between a white and a black of yesteryear? (Rand). The answer is strait and honest, there is no such principle. The thought is absurd. …
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