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the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Act were enacted to eliminate and outlaw discrimination based on race, sex, and religion. Do you think these Acts were successful? If so, why do we still have the same issues going on in our country today? Why is it men make more money than women doing the same job? Why is it some people still have issues registering to vote in certain states? Why is there still racial tension going on in many big cities in the United States?
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One reason why discrimination persists is that it can be deeply ingrained in social and cultural attitudes and beliefs. Even though discrimination is illegal, it can still be difficult to change these underlying attitudes and beliefs, which can perpetuate discriminatory practices.

Mostly the people who like to discriminate are not productive people. They want to create tension in others which is constantly developing in their head. The one solution to stop this discrimination is by providing more jobs and opportunities for the people.

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