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Education Department / Security Clearance #289915

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 24, 1983
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(Studio) Dwight Eisenhower recalled approving national security law.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) Educ. Department's demand for security clearance and background checks on its civil rights attys. and staffs examined; criticism of administration for using pressure tactics to scare off civil rights activists noted. [Ofc. of Personnel Mgt. dir. Don DEVINE - defs. such background investigations.] [Representative Don EDWARDS - fears government secrecy on education and civil rights matters.] Edwards said asking Educ. Secretary Terrel Bell to appear at public hearing on matter to explain procedure.
REPORTER: Jayne Miller

Dean, Morton;
Miller, Jayne

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