Who Really Gets Preference
There is a lot of self-righteous talk in the media about so-called preferences for women and people of color. But it's time to turn the tables on Pete Wilson and the opponents of affirmative action. It's time to ask: Who gets the big advantages in America? Who controls the public airwaves where the affirmative action debate is framed? Who really gets preference in the media?
|Published in In Motion Magazine December 20, 1995.
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