The Affirmative Action Fraud: Can We Restore the American Civil Rights Vision?
by Clint Bolick
Publisher: Cato Institute 1996
Number of pages: 188
A stirring moral case for a new civil rights agenda. Bolick explains in clear terms how the civil rights movement strayed off course and demonstrates what is needed to get it back on track. He challenges Americans to reclaim and reinvigorate the original civil rights vision by grounding it in individual empowerment rather than group rights.
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