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That student was accepted because of affirmative action policies With my first intake of the phrase I realized that the student whom I knew and worked with so many times the one with such a lack of motivational ability confidence and ideas was now occupying my chances towards a preferred school Affirmative action I soon found out was used by President John F Kennedy over 30 years ago to imply equality and equal access to all disregarding race creed color or national origin As a policy setting out to resolve the problems of discrimination Affirmative Action is simply nothing more than a quota of reverse discrimination Affirmative Action emphasizes prospective opportunity more towards statistical measures It promotes the hiring and acceptance of less experienced jobs of the workforce and less able students Sometimes the affirmative action policies forces employers and schools to choose the best workers and less privileged students of the minority in all regardless of their potential lack basic skills As remarked by Maarten de Wit an author whos article I found on the World Wide Web affirmative action beneficiaries are not the best pick but only the best pick from a limited group Another article I found Affirmative action A Counter- Productive Policy by Ernest Pasour also on the WWW is one example which reveals that Duke a very famous and prestigious university adopted a resolution requiring each of its department to hire at least one new African-American for a faculty position the 1993 date More proofs of Affirmative Action in action is the admission practices at the University of California Berkeley In the same article by Pasour it states that while whites or Asian-Americans need at least a 37 grade point average through high school to be in consideration for admission in Berkeley
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