The Affirmative Action Debate

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The Affirmative Action Debate

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix (2)
Introduction xi
Steven M. Cahn
I. INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, AND DISCRIMINATION 3 (42)
1. Discrimination and Morally Relevant 3 (2)
Characteristics
James W. Nickel
2. Inverse Discrimination 5 (4)
J. L. Cowan
3. Reverse Discrimination and Compensatory 9 (6)
Justice
Paul W. Taylor
4. Reparations to Wronged Groups 15 (4)
Michael D. Bayles
5. Individuals, Groups, and Inverse 19 (4)
Discrimination
Roger A. Shiner
6. Reverse Discrimination 23 (4)
William A. Nunn III
7. Should Reparations Be to Individuals or 27 (8)
to Groups?
James W. Nickel
8. Reparations to Individuals or Groups? 35 (4)
Alan H. Goldman
9. What's Wrong with Discrimination? 39 (6)
Paul Woodruff
II. JUSTICE AND COMPENSATION 45 (62)
10. Preferential Hiring 45 (18)
Judith Jarvis Thomson
11. Preferential Hiring: A Reply to Judith 63 (8)
Jarvis Thomson
Robert Simon
12. Justifying Reverse Discrimination in 71 (10)
Employment
George Sher
13. Preferential Hiring and Compensation 81 (10)
Robert K. Fullinwider
14. Compensatory Justice: The Question of 91 (16)
Costs
Robert Amdur
III. EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY 107(38)
15. The Morality of Reparation 107(8)
Bernard R. Boxill
16. Reverse Discrimination as Unjustified 115(6)
Lisa H. Newton
17. The Role Model Argument and Faculty 121(14)
Diversity
Anita L. Allen
18. Proportional Representation of Women and 135(10)
Minorities
Celia Wolf-Devine
IV. PREFERENCE OR IMPARTIALITY? 145(60)
19. Reverse Discrimination 145(8)
Sidney Hook
20. Preferential Treatment, Color-Blindness 153(16)
and the Evils of Racism and Racial
Discrimination
Richard Wasserstrom
21. The Message of Affirmative Action 169(14)
Thomas E. Hill, Jr.
22. The Injustice of Affirmative Action 193(12)
Involving Preferential Treatment
John Kekes
Notes 205(14)
About the Authors 219(3)
Bibliographical Note 221