Promotes a healthy skepticism of an entrenched establishment.
Rather than simply describing the abstract subject of Jewish quotas, S. Perry Brickman shares the individual stories of the mean who were directly affected.
Encourages transparency at all levels of public and private office.
Champions hard-earned achievement and merit-based opportunities.
Exemplifies the virtue of rebounding from adversity.
Recognizes those who lent a helping hand to someone working hard to find a second chance.
Encourages the regular self-imposed practice of due diligence before exploring unknown territory.
Illustrates the advantages of joining and participating in worthwhile organizations.
Emphasizes the importance and advantage of strong family and religious ties.
Decries restrictive quotas in schools and the workplace and at the same time questions the effectiveness and legality of minority preferences and affirmative action quotas.
Editore Morgan James Publishing
Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM