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Golf / Masters Club / All-Male Policy / Rushin, Burk Interviews #714175

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 11, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The controversy over the all-male membership policy at the Augusta National Golf Club, which hosts The Masters, introduced; details given from position statements from club president Hootie Johnson†. [From Hartford, Connecticut, "Sports Illustrated" Steve RUSHIN†- clarifies Johnson's position on single-gender organizations & why he did an interview to get his side of the story out.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with National Council of Women's Organizations chair Martha Burk† about Johnson & his "discriminatory" policy. [From Washington, BURK - says the club policy is sexism; cites the support from the NAACP.]

Brown, Aaron

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