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Affirmative Action In The Army
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Affirmative Action In The Army

Affirmative Action In The Army

Affirmative Action In The Army
Only Available in Archive Formats.

At a time when affirmative action seems to be getting only negative press, it seems to be working in one, unlikely, place — the military. What is the military doing to successfully recruit and integrate minorities, and why are universities and corporations still struggling with this same dilemma? What can we learn about racial integration, the army way....next on Talk of the Nation from NPR News. Guests: Charles Moskos Professor of Sociology, Northwestern University Author All That We Can Be: Black Leadership and Racial Integration The Army Way Basic Books, 1996 General Donald Scott Deputy Librarian of Congress Retired Brigadier General, U.S Army Listeners call in

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