NBC Evening News for Friday, May 24, 1985
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(DC) Justice Department's campaign against affirmative action programs of cities designed to increase opportunities of women and minorities examined. Responses of individual cities (listed). Justice Department's position described. [Bureau of National Affairs spokesperson Karen OTT-WORROW - considers basis of cities' opposition to ending affirmative action.] [Indianapolis Mayor William HUDNUT - questions government's attitude.] [Justice Department spokesperson William Bradford REYNOLDS - responds.]
REPORTER: Carl Stern
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