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A self-described beneficiary and, at times, victim of affirmative action confronts the problems spawned by our national obsession with racial measurement. Carter provides a thoughtful analysis of this controversial issue, arguing that affirmative action often allows the nation to escape inexpensively from its moral obligation to undo the legacy of slavery.
Posted December 22, 2010
This book was not written by Stephen L. Carter, nor was it published in 1968. Please fix this so that potential readers have the proper information and can make an informed choice on whether to read this book.
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