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Louis P. Pojman
Oxford University (DPhil)
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I respond to Albert Mosley’s critique that I only attack straw men arguments against affirmative action by showing both that his own argument is a version of one of these “straw men” and that his objections to my arguments can be rebutted.
Keywords Applied Philosophy  General Interest
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ISBN(s) 0739-098X
DOI ijap19981228
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