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Race relations and the Supreme Court : part 1 / Haywood Burns.

Program Title:
Race relations and the Supreme Court : part 1 / Haywood Burns.
PRA Archive #: 
IZ0299.07
Description: 

Part of a thirteen part series which explores the state of the Supreme Court in the 1990's, following the tremendous turnover during the Reagan and Bush years.|RACE RELATIONS AND THE SUPREME COURT, PART 1 / Haywood Burns. SERIES: Supreme court watch : the high court in transition| no. 7 Part three in a thriteen part series which explores the state of the Supreme Court in the 1990's, following the tremendous turnover during the Reagan and Bush administrations. CONTENT: Haywood Burns, Dean of the CUNY Law School Queen College, as well as President of The Nation Institute, provides a history of affirmative action and the ruling of the Supreme Court. He traces changing standards of affirmative action, from the Bakke and Weber case, and speculates of the upcoming docket of the Supreme Court on this aspect of race relations. BROADCAST: Satellite, Oct. 1990.

Haywood Burns, Dean of the CUNY Law School, Queen College, as well as President of the Nation Institute, provides a history of affirmative action and the ruling of the Supreme Court. He traces changing standards of affirmative action, from the Bakke and Weber case, and speculates on the upcoming docket of the Supreme Court on this aspect of race relations.

Station: 
Date Recorded on: 
Date Broadcast on: 
Satellite, Oct. 1990.
Item duration: 
1 reel (29 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|29:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1990.
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