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>>Affirmative Action is the most blatant attempt by government to impose
>>restrictions on people based on their race since the Jim Crow laws of the
>>old South were eradicated.
>As someone who spent a fair amount of time in the old South, I think it's
>probably fair to say that if there'd been as much (self)righteous outrage
>over economic discrimination toward Jews, black people and women as I've
>heard recently over Affirmative Action, there'd be no need for Affirmative
>Action.
> I think we white guys are finally reaping what we've sown.

Chris,
As a child of the sixties in Berkely, I had much the same opinion as you.
As the years have rolled by, I find that the back of my neck has become
redder, and you have reminded me of my roots.
Thank you.  I salute you.
Sandy Pringle 
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