A. There are several consequences of race and ethnic relations in society. One of them is the fact that one ethnic group or race may be favored over the others leading to inequalities among the people in the society. The majority of races are likely to receive better treatment in society compared to the minorities. The inequalities in the society may harm the economy since the contribution of the minorities is not respected in the society. The inequality also increases ill health among the people in society and reduces the education performance of the poor because they are not accessed to the best educational opportunities. The inequality, therefore, leads to a reduction in the productive potential of the workforce. The inequality also affects the economic stability of the country since not all the people are contributing to the success of the organization in the country. They save money which the people on the lower income would spend which reduces the aggregate demand for the goods and services. The increase in the inequalities leads to the people having declining incomes maintaining their consumption through borrowing which in turn hurts the economy. The interaction of the races and the ethnic groups also leads to the ethnic-racial socialization that improves the relationships among the people in the society. It also leads to the development of a new culture that will improve the lives of the people in the in the United States of America. It also leads to improvement of the lives of the people in the country. The consequences apply to all the racial and ethnic groups in the United States of America. Some of the least relevant consequences include the improvement of technology, the ability to improve the governance and to improve the lives of the people in the society.