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The Civil Rights Act of 1991
Under Title VII, Congress provided three differing standards for: 1) purely private firms: 2) private firms receiving federal funds: and 3) federal agencies. These standards are contingent on the ability of the government to eliminate employment discrimination. Therefore the Court should take this into consideration when encountering affirmative action cases involving the federal government. The overall intent behind these important civil rights statutes, and the federal government's ability to realize its goal of equal employment, should be paramount. Therefore, courts should relax the level of scrutiny, depending on the amount of federal involvement, thereby providing greater deference to congressional intent to be more proactive where federal funds are involved.…
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