Lauter (n.p.) in the Los Angeles Times reports that the issue of racial discrimination stood higher chances of influencing the forthcoming general elections as voters sought to back a candidate who would fight the ailment aggressively. Racial discrimination is not a challenge of the modern World, Jordan (4) notes that the slavery trade that took part in the seventeenth century opened the Africans to being viewed as different people. The author highlights that the Englishmen who visited the African regions saw Africans as being different from them on grounds of their religion which was not Christian and their manner of living which was different from theirs. The panel observes that; Hispanics drop out of schools at a higher rate as compared to other races; there are more wealthy whites as compared to the blacks, and the number of members of minority groups held up in prisons is higher compared to that of members of the majority groups Panel (15). However, it is important to note that...
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