Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Only 11% of African-Americans Disapprove of Slavery Reparations

A recent survey conducted within Atlanta, Kansas City, Chicago, Seattle, Portland, Ore., San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Houston, New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Columbia, S.C., and Jacksonville, Fla. indicates that the vast majority of African-Americans believe that the federal government should compensate blacks for slavery.

Until the reparations are distinctly paid in some form of compensation, the issue remains a drag on the progress of America as a country and an international power.

Many around the world have the sentiment that the USA is very hypocritical in foreign policy when its own domestic policy exists within direct opposition of any arguments put forth to foreign governments to change their ways to emulate America.

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