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Nightline #648225

ABC Special for Thursday, Oct 31, 1996

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  • Live discussions with Ted Koppel (ABC), author Christopher Edley, and author/ABC News reporter Bob Zelnick re: the future of affirmative action programs.
  • Taped segment with Zelnick, student Amber Pasreicha, University of California Regent Ward Connerly, Mike Coleman of the "Daily Californian", author Shelby Steele, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment with Edley, Chicago (Illinois) Police Officers James Martin, Eric Davis, Chicago Mayor's Study Commission Chairman James Holtzauer, researcher Claudia Withers, San Francisco (California) Mayor Willie Brown, former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Colin Powell, and Bill Clinton.

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