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February 10 , 2009

Stand Upside Down


By the mid-1980s Affirmative Action was taking its most harmful blows from the office of the President of the United States. The apparent irony is that the beginning place of Affirmative Action would ultimately lead to its end. Workers in every area of the American workforce quickly picked up the President's mantra to abandon government regulations, enforcement and found personal ways to express their frustration with Affirmative Action.

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