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Reverse discrimination: a) has never been acknowledged by the courts as a valid claim. B) occurs when a lawsuit is brought by a majority member claiming that he/she is a member of a protected class.
C) occurs when a lawsuit is brought by a majority member claiming that he/she has been adversely affected by the use of an affirmative action plan. D) None of the above
C) occurs when a lawsuit is brought by a majority member claiming that he/she has been adversely affected by the use of an affirmative action plan.
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