The Affirmative Action Hoax

The Affirmative Action Hoax

by Steven Farron
The Affirmative Action Hoax

The Affirmative Action Hoax

by Steven Farron



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What is called "affirmative action" is one of the greatest of contemporary hoaxes. First passed off as compensation for discrimination, then as a means to achieve "diversity," it is nothing less than official, government-mandated discrimination against whites.

Professor Steven Farron of Witwatersrand University in South Africa, has written the definitive account of this pernicious policy, which whites have chose to impose on themselves. Drawing on extensive academic experience and on exhaustive research, he has written a uniquely undeceived and devastating analysis that will leave neither partisan nor critic unmoved.

Praise for The Affirmative Action Hoax:

There are entire libraries of books and articles on affirmative action, but if I had to choose a single one, it would be Steven Farron's The Affirmative Action Hoax. It is clearly written, carefully documented, and brutally honest. It combines the historical record with up-to-date analysis of winners and losers in this ill-fated venture into social engineering. In fact, I consider The Affirmative Action Hoax the authoritative reference book on this complicated subject and, like a first-rate encyclopedia, Professor Farron keeps it updated both in this second edition and a website. I would even advise fans of affirmative action to read it so they can learn what is really happening. It is a stellar scholarly performance. — Robert Weissberg, Professor of Political Science, Emeritus, University of Illinois, Urbana

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162948162
Publisher: New Century Foundation
Publication date: 03/31/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 732 KB

About the Author

Steven Farron, who earned a Ph.D. at Columbia University and was a professor of classics for many years at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, has produced a masterly volume on the thorny subject of what is euphemistically termed affirmative action..
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