African-American Civil Rights Movement and Gay/Lesbian Rights Dear client: it is not possible to revise the entire paper to focus just on the experiences of one group; time does not allow it. I have focused on human capital theory because I think it gets to the heart of the issue in the sense that you have groups denied the chance to achieve their full potential because of the discrimination of the age. I do not see “melting pot” in the original paper and I do not know why the reviewer keeps talking about “melting pot;” I never mention it. I have taken out 1 source and replaced it with more scholarly ones (but please indicate that you are looking for “scholarly” articles or sources the next time; these were not in the original...The end:
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