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Welcome to JustAnswer,Thank you so much for directing your new question to me.Here is my answer for comparison with your own:20. An affirmative action plan that "unnecessarily trammels" the interests of nonminority employees: (Points : 2)is an example of reverse discrimination.21. Race or color can be a bona fide occupational qualification. (Points : 2)False22. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, is the principal law regulating equal employment opportunities. (Points : 2)True23. Title VII does not protect members of all nationalities from employment discrimination. (Points : 2)False24. Ken applies for a job at Local Plant, Inc. During the interview, Ken mentions that some of his friends are Hispanic. The interviewer says that Local Plant does not hire people who associate with Hispanics. This is (Points : 2)impermissible discrimination on the basis of race.25. Title VII does not prohibit unintentional discrimination. (Points : 2)False If you have any further questions, I am happy to assist you. You can start your new question with "for WebLaw" and send it to the appropriate legal, tax or homework category so that the question is directed to me and I can give your question my immediate attentionThank you very much,WebLaw
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