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(Los Angeles: Tom Brokaw) Reports introduced.
(Los Angeles: George Lewis) The controversy over affirmative action policies in California featured. [Martha Diaz ASHKANAZY - says her company would never get the chance to bid on public jobs without affirmative action.] [University of California board member Ward CONNERLY - says affirmative action is reverse discrimination.] [Feminist Majority Foundation Kathy SPILLAR - comments.]
(Los Angeles: Tom Brokaw) Discussion with San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown on the affirmative action issue presented. [BROWN - says Republicans are trying to make affirmative action a cutting edge issue and comments on its success.]
(No location given: Anne Taylor Fleming) Political and economic concerns of American women examined; scenes shown from President Clinton's campaign ads targeting women voters. [Business WOMEN - state their concerns and priorities for survival.]
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Fleming, Anne Taylor;
- Lewis, George
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