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In my opinion, there have been many positive benefits of Affirmative action programs. There are numerous success stores that clearly depict the positive impact of Affirmative action programs. Therefore, they should definitely continue.
First of all, the importance of affirmative action programs lies in the fact that "Race" and "Color" still rule the minds of people in USA. Discrimination still persists in the country and thus, a strong need for affirmative action arises. Secondly, the whole concept behind Affirmative action program is misunderstood. Those protesting against affirmative action program are spreading misconceptions about the program.
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Do you believe there have been positive benefits in Affirmative Action programs?