The unimpeded equitable participation in the pursuit of happiness is a quintessential tenet of the “American Dream”. In the absence of egalitarianism, and given limited resources, competition becomes a means of advancement in the game. Unfortunately the competition has not always been fair for all; some have to face various deliberate and unintentional obstacles. Resources are required to get in the game, and these resources must be earned or inherited. To earn resources requires access to opportunities.
The Missing Creed in Contract Compliance Management Theology: Transparency Breeds Culture of Accountability
The Kerner Report conclusion that the America was “moving toward two societies,” […] “separate and unequal” published in 1968 was speaking to the issue of full economic participation of ethnic minorities in the nation. The issue of economic fairness in America as it relates to ethnic minorities has been a particular challenge of every President. The nation has responded to this issue with both legislation and Executive Orders issued by various Presidents over the years.