Suppose you flip a fair coin four time. (A) What is the probability you will get all four heads? (B) All four tails? (C) Either all four heads or
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All of these ways in which the poor cope with risk tend to be very costly. This has been well documented for agriculture:
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i’m taking a federal government course, and discussions are a major part of the course, I need help with this one.

Chapter 5 of the textbook identifies affirmative action as one of the major issues in today’s civil rights debate.

  1. What are affirmative action policies or programs, and why are they controversial?
  2. Supporters of affirmative action argue that it is intended to level an uneven playing field in which discrimination still exists. What do you think? To what extent is our society free from discrimination?
  3. Third, how has the U.S. Supreme Court interpreted the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in affirmative action cases? This is where your reading of chapter 5 of the textbook comes into play. You must support your answer(s) with some of the more recent and applicable Supreme Court cases mentioned in the chapter or that you find elsewhere.
  4. Lastly, are there alternative policies that our government can enact that can be effective at reducing inequality in our society but less controversial than affirmative action, such as the one that Texas is using for college admission in the state?
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