Racism and Sexism in Corporate America
The following comments drawn from the responses of 9,000 employees in 13 companies to surveys conducted in 1984 and 1985 stand in stark contrast to President Reagan’s avowal that America in the 1980’s, is color- and gender-blind.
KeywordsWhite Woman Sexual Harassment Affirmative Action Work Force White Male
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