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Affirmative Action: Useful Once, Outdated Today?
It is time to end
in college admissions.
The implementation of affirmative action is an administrative burden to the school.
Affirmative action inflames racial tensions.
Affirmative action fails at its intended purpose.
Affirmative action reinforces negative racial stigmas.
Affirmative action promotes reverse discrimination.
Affirmative action programs in college lead to less-qualified professionals in the workforce.
In principle, the government should not endorse policies that treat people differently based on their race.
Affirmative action improves education by enabling the presence of more diverse perspectives in the classroom.
Affirmative action in college admissions normalizes affirmative action in the workplace.
Affirmative action is important to the success of minorities in college.
Affirmative action fairly distributes academic opportunity to marginalized groups.
Affirmative action helps redress the ongoing effects of racial injustices.
Affirmative action is important to the success of minorities later in life.
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