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Which of the following would NOT be considered discrimination?

1. Sue believes poor people are criminals.

2. Sue refuses to give Jane a ride to work because Jane is poor.

3. Jane, who is poor, vandalizes the cars of rich people who she believes are snobs.

4. Sue refuses to hire Jane because she is poor.

i believe it is #3, as the other 3 are opinions and the 3rd is a reaction, or act of vandalism

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2, 4 are acts of discrimination. 3 is a criminal act against an alleged snobby members of an economic class.
1 is an opinion.

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#3 is wrong I just took a quiz and it came up as wrong.. i think that its #1

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