The Book Is Cornell West Race Matters
"Will A Class-based Affirmative Action Policy help Black Poverty?"
Affirmative action has been one of the most controversial and misunderstood civil rights issue of today. The debate over affirmative action takes on for the most part a harsh disposition. Supporters of affirmative actions view it as a necessary breakthrough, many oppressors view it as an incompetent breakthrough and many others look upon affirmative action as both or neither - as a necessary or incompetent tonic for an obstinate social disease. In "Race Matters" by Cornell West, he argues, that affirmative action is not the most important however; it is an important issue for the progress of blacks in America. In order for blacks to progress, in my own view I too believe that a more class-based affirmative action is necessary in order to help eradicate black poverty.
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