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A Dialogue of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity The debate over the permissibility of Affirmative Action which I will abbreviate as AA throughout this paper seems to be like a maze of words One idea or belief leads to other linking ideas and the debate never seems to find an end There are like most moral topics two opposing viewpoints For the purpose of this paper I will write a dialogue using an example from each side of the argument Alex is a white middle-class man from an urban town who has worked hard at academics to get himself to where he is right now He is currently in the process of getting his graduate degree in law at a highly regarded Ivy League school Beth on the other hand is a black woman from a low socio-economic background Just like Alex she has worked extremely hard to get to where she is today She was also accepted into an Ivy League School and is in the process of getting her Business Degree Similar as these two individuals may appear however there underlies hidden forms of passive and active discrimination that Beth has experienced on her way to success Their experiences and beliefs will be analyzed in the following dialogue to help the reader gain a clear understanding over the debate of Affirmative Action Alex Smith A and Beth Howard B end up in the same coffee house while visiting friends Beth overhears Alex talking about his thoughts on AA Beth a very opinionated woman joins Alex at his table and they begin a fairly long discussion with their friends listening attentively A I will tell you straight
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