Let Them Eat Golf Clubs

March 1978
New Republic;3/4/78, Vol. 178 Issue 9, p13
Reports on the controversy over the discriminatory policy of the Burning Tree country club in Maryland. Indications of the club's exclusivity status; Club's policy against admitting women; Club's receipt of a substantial tax break; State attorney general's investigation of clubs which discriminate against minorities; Investigation on the Burning Tree for refusing to admit women; Attorney general's ruling that the club could continue to exclude women because it is a club primarily for men.


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