The purposes of this article are first, to look at the rights of Negroes, under law, to bring economic pressure to bear for employment equality, including the demand for a quota, and secondly to see how that law is satisfying today's social needs. To achieve this latter purpose, perhaps we must ask whether our society can afford to be legally color-blind? We shall look first to the private self-help devices that have been used by minorities, and then to one area of governmental intervention that has dealt directly with minority employment and the use of quotas or goals to achieve an acceptable balance of minority personnel within a given industry. From this study it is hoped that we can determine the legal limits of demands for proportional hiring both of the private "self-help" variety and those promulgated by government.
Curry, Earl M. Jr.
"Employment Equality in a Color-Blind Society,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 5
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