If we attack hard the glass ceilings in the court of public opinion we will eliminate the need for compensatory mandates.
But if we don't address the glass ceilings in the court of public opinion, we perpetuate the dualism via compensatory mandates.
I don't know what the solution is, short or long term, but I know it doesn't involve electing the same ol' liberals one term and conservatives the next, back and forth, back and forth.
The great majority of Americans decry the dualism that perpetuates racism.
A centrist approach of effective denouncing of glass ceilings coupled with a corresponding phase out of compensatory mandates will help to end racism.
But as long as liberals are appealing to race in their politicking, and conservatives are appealing to race in their corporate managings, we have little hope of ending racism as long as these two polarized dualistic extremes retain pendulum-swing power.