CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 08, 1996
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(Los Angeles: Dan Rather) The popularity among successful males of the idea of repealing affirmative action in Los Angeles featured. [California Governor Pete WILSON, Ward CONNERLY, Louisiana police Lieutenant Rich DYER, L.A. Urban League head John MACK - say affirmative action is prejudicial and bad for everyone.] [Contractor Brenda CURRY - says her business depends on affirmative action.]
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