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Why are they saying those terrible things about Lani Guinier? / interviews by Larry Bensky and Julianne Malveaux ; produced by Ginny Z. Berson.

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Why are they saying those terrible things about Lani Guinier? / interviews by Larry Bensky and Julianne Malveaux ; produced by Ginny Z. Berson.
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PZ0216
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Documentary from interviews which explores the nomination of Lani Guinier for Assistant Attorney General in charge of Civil Rights. Features views from the White House, her work with the NAACP, how her views would effect a Representative government, and how a Civil Rights activist such as Guinier is seen as a threat in Washington, D.C.|WHY ARE THEY SAYING THOSE TERRIBLE THINGS ABOUT LANI GUINIER? / interviews by by Larry Bensky and Julianne Malveaux| produced by Ginny Z. Berson. - Documentary from interviews which explores the nomination of Lani Guinier for Assistant Attorney General in charge of Civil Rights. Features views from the White House, her work with the NAACP, how her views would effect a Representative government, and how a Civil Rights activist such as Guinier is seen as a threat in Washington, D.C. PARTICIPANTS: Don Rush, Pacifica Radio News| Pamela Carlin, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Virginia| Tom Gipping, Free Congress Foundation| Patricia Williams, Professor at Columbia Law School| Bruce Chapiro, of The Nation Institute. - BROADCAST: Satellite, 3 June 1993.

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Satellite, 3 June 1993.
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1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|59:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1993.
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