This paper will analyze the competing considerations in America's struggle for true equality for all its people. The basic premise upon which the analysis will be made is that it is in the best interest of the country to achieve equality among the races, at every level of American society, as quickly as possible. This author views discrimination and the present effects of past discrimination, as experienced by black America, as an evil facing Americans of every color. The sooner this country can rid itself of the evil, the sooner it can be on its way to achieving a decent, orderly society of free wo/men.
Comment, The Myth of Reverse Race Discrimination: An Historical Perspective, 23 Clev. St. L. Rev. 319 (1974)