By Lori A. Johnson, Kathleen Uradnik, Sara Beth Hower
Govt and politics is a space within which there are not any "right" solutions, yet a lot room for debate. Battleground: govt and Politics permits scholars and common readers alike to contemplate key political debates from either side and to reach at their very own thought of convictions, in accordance with an organization figuring out of the problems and issues of view concerned. This two-volume paintings explores dozens of the main contentious matters in modern existence, concerns that impression how our executive is administered at the present time and the way it will likely be run sooner or later. every one subject is tested in a balanced method, delivering not just an summary of the problems concerned, yet an aim overview of the stance of each side. Readers can use those entries as thorough and sturdy summaries of the main contentious controversies in modern society, or as beginning issues for extra in-depth learn into the debates.
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You do not take a man who for years has been hobbled by chains, liberate him, bring him to the starting line of a race, saying, “you are free to compete with all the others,” and still justly believe you have been completely fair . . this is the next and more profound stage of the battle for civil rights. We seek not just freedom but opportunity—not just legal equity but human ability—not just equality as a right and theory, but equality as a fact and as a result. In the 1960s, afﬁrmative action was limited to the workplace.
It also believed that its admissions policy would encourage minorities who became doctors to return to their communities and provide medical care in areas where services were limited. The university argued that graduating more minority doctors would create role models for minority youth. Finally, it argued that institutions of higher education beneﬁt directly from having a diverse student body whose members brought to academia varied experiences and perspectives to fuel academic debate. One by one, Justice Powell rejected these arguments.
Speaking before the 2008 Democratic National Convention, New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, who had waged a strong but ultimately unsuccessful campaign for her party’s nomination for president, told the gathered delegates that she and her supporters had made “18 million cracks in the glass ceiling” that had to date kept a woman from being nominated for president. ” The debate over afﬁrmative action has generally been divided along political lines, with Republicans and conservatives arguing that afﬁrmative action gives unqualiﬁed candidates a “leg up” on more qualiﬁed candidates.
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