Notes of a racial caste baby color blindness and the end of affirmative action fair serves up a personal and persuasive account of why race conscious policies are the most effective way to end de facto segregation and eliminate racial caste the constitutionality of remedial affirmative action the origins of remedial affirmative action . Notes of a racial caste baby color blindness and the end of affirmative action critical america 25 paperback january 1 1999 by bryan k fair author. 2 white privilege and black despair the origins of racial caste in america the declaration of inferiority marginal americans inventing american slavery the road to constitutional caste losing second class citizenship reconstruction and sacrifice separate and unequal the color line critiquing color blindness pt 3. Centuries of racial caste he argues cannot be swept aside in a few short years fair ambitiously surveys the most common arguments for and against affirmative action he argues that we must distinguish between america in the pre civil rights movement era when the law of the land was explicitly anti black and todays affirmative action . This book is a defense of remedial affirmative action and an assertion that it is a policy that is a fair and workable solution to the chronic problem of racial caste in the united states the personal narrative of the author eighth of 10 children born to a single mother on public assistance is combined with the discussion of american history and legal precedent to support affirmative action
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