affirmative action 에 대한 researched argument 입니다. affirmative action 에 대해 찬성하는 입장이고 MLA format 을 정확히 지키고 있습니다. works cited 와 bibliography 가 포함되어 있습니다.
Even though affirmative action is controversial because it seeks to remedy inequalities by means of unequal treatment, affirmative action may be regarded as a channel to realize the full integration of American society. As affirmative action brings about greater equality among groups, social tension is reduced and the prospects of speedy social or national integration would increase, assimilating previously excluded groups into the mainstream of society. Controversial issues of affirmative action (reparation, reverse discrimination, and diversity issues), and achievements of affirmative action will be covered in this paper.
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