ABC Special for Monday, Nov 19, 1990
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Live discussion re: impact of failure of Arizona propositions to make Martin Luther King's birthday a state holiday with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), Philadelphia Eagles football team owner Norman Braman, King holiday opponent Robert Rose, and Michael Wilbon of "The Washington Post"; taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), Arizona Governor Rose Mofford, Larry Hilliard of the Phoenix Convention and Visitors Bureau, National Football League Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, Braman, Phoenix Suns owner Jerry Colangelo, Robert Rose, Phoenix Mayor Paul Johnson, University of Wyoming football players Gordon Wood and Robert Midgett, and Lulann McGriff of the San Francisco NAACP; broadcast introduction preempted by local programming.
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