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August 15, 2012

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Melissa Hughes69

The only purpose for the Affirmative Action is to protect the minorities from discrimination when merit cannot be objectively measured, therefore the quota system is used as the last resort. However, when merit can be objectively measured, the minorities DO NOT need the special protection from the Affirmative Action. Our general anti-discrimination laws are enough to protect them.

We all agree that a student's merit can be objectively measured in most cases. Therefore, a racially blind admissions policy is the only just solution.

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