American Jewish Congress urges Reagan to end affirmative action abuses

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American Jewish Congress urges Reagan to end affirmative action abuses

Description

Student newspaper article explaining the position of the American Jewish Congress (AJC) on affirmative action. The group expresses its position in a letter to president-elect Ronald Reagan. In this letter, the AJC affirms that race-based affirmative action is largely unnecessary, and the government should focus on “non-race specific” affirmative action. Moreover, the AJC accuses affirmative action of causing intergroup tension.

Date

1-Feb-81

Creator

Our Choking Times

Publisher

The Ohio State University University Libraries

Format

Newspaper

Language

English

Contributor

Katie Vela and Maya Goldenberg

Collection

Citation

Our Choking Times, “American Jewish Congress urges Reagan to end affirmative action abuses,” Ohio Jewish History, accessed May 28, 2024, https://ohiojewishhistory.com/items/show/886.

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