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|There has to be positive action that allows the most disadvantaged people to get |
their fair share of job opportunities. - Burton, Paul Equal opportunity is good, but
special privilege is better. - Chennault, Anna Equality, in a social sense, may be ...
|Once in place, this system of insulation provided no remedy for the citizens to |
reassert control over the special interest ... for a system dominated by “...natural
leaders who knew better than the people as a whole what was good for society,”
but it ... The solution to the problem, they thought, was a new type of political
cooperation that featured equal rights and equal opportunity as the end goal of
the political ...
|19. Same — Monopoly and Special Privilege. The dire foes of equal opportunity |
are monopoly and special privilege. ... clamor for an extension of it. It not only
enriches some at the expense of others, and thus denies equal opportunity, but it
|But whoever - and wherever - they are, most men and women agree that equal |
opportunities means treating everyone equally at work and in education, and
giving them a fair chance to make the best of their lives regardless of gender,
race, age, disability, and religion. ... some of their work practices and perhaps
give up some of their privileges, it seems unlikely that there will be equal
opportunities for all.
|An ambassador represents the president overseas and has very special |
privileges and responsibilities. ... But they were also very proud of their
differences. ... neighborhoods and broken families, have as equal an opportunity
to achieve as someone born into a wealthy family who attends one of the best
|ity and leadership-potential inherent in the presidency, but they supported the |
enactment of a series of laws ... to the people; to abolish special privilege and
ensure equal opportunity for all; and to enact a series of laws embodying
principles of social justice. ... Vernon L. Parring- ton, one of the best-known
Progressive historians, saw progressivism as a “democratic renaissance” — a
movement of the ...
|Nor are they ignored by candidates once elected.2 Party platforms on matters of |
equality are thus a good sign of the differences ... Its stress is more on the
opportunity than on the equality — more on the freedom from restraint than on
equality of result. Democratic party leaders echo this concern for equal
opportunity, but with a different rhetorical emphasis. ... Democratic party has
frequently declared its adherence to "the feffersonian maxim, 'equal rights to all;
special privileges to none.
|They are not interested in "special privileges," he said, but in "equal opportunities |
to participate in the American ... but like the Democratic Party, you are dedicated
to raising our standard of living ... so that all Americans can have better jobs, ...
|Not only was his young wife ailing, and he would not dream of leaving her for a |
prolonged stay abroad, but there was urgent work to do in Virginia. ... No one
knew better than Jefferson that in any civilized society the whole ... The purpose
of the law was to protect man not in special privilege, but in his various social
freedoms—freedom of conscience, of speech, ... Any law that granted citizens
equal opportunities and protected them in all their “inherent” liberties was a good
law. Socially ...
|There would be no American aid for any country anywhere unless "equal |
opportunity" were given Americans.57 "Equal opportunity," but not special
privileges. Baruch wrote one petitioner, for instance, that despite his sympathy for