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Black Conservatives #273616

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 30, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Oakland, California) Clarence Thomas, aide to Senator John Danforth, Thomas Sowell, Hoover Institution fellow, and Walter Williams, Temple Univ. professor, said illustrating role of black conservatives in influencing President Reagan's admin. [THOMAS, SOWELL, WILLIAMS - comment.] Oakland, California, racial and ethnic composition and impact of federal aid there, include affirmative action programs opposed by black conservatives, outlined. [WILLIAMS - comments on affirmative action.] [Contractor Willie LEWIS - responds.] [SOWELL - criticizes minimum wage legislature, welfare.] [WILLIAMS - comments.] Conservatives' position on various social programs as existing in Oakland discussed. [THOMAS - comments.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Cronkite, Walter;
Morton, Bruce

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