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Sex Discrimination / A Woman's Place... (Part II) #291848

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 26, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Manhattan, Kansas) Impact of women's movement on Manhattan examined. [Prof. Naomi LYNN - notes region's ripeness for movement] Mayor Wanda Fateley mentioned, shown. [Chamber of Commerce president Jan RAY - feels women have arrived in community.] School board president Barbara Withee mentioned, shown. [Cnty. cmsnrs. Rosie RIEGER and Marjorie MORSE - note lingering perceptual problems of some.] Zoo keeper Carolyn Meek noted. [Farmer Glassel FLAHERTY - jokes about wife's higher income.] [Jessie HENDERSON - defs. large family and law school.] Kansas State basketball coach Lynn Hickey mentioned, shown. [Bill HICKEY - didn't want to hold wife back.] [Lynn HICKEY - notes husband's lack of career in deference to hers.] Carole and Ron Kincaid's benefits from women's movement mentioned. [John KADLEK - wants "good old fashioned girls."] [LYNN - notes revolution in Manhattan was quiet and effective.]
REPORTER: Meredith Vieira

Rather, Dan;
Vieira, Meredith

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