September 1981
National Review;9/18/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 18, p1057
This article offers some insight on various issues related to politics in the U.S. and abroad as of September 18, 1981. One item focuses on the decision of the government of U.S. President Ronald Reagan to dismantle several affirmative-action regulations covering government contractors. Another addresses the ruling of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission stating that employers cannot discriminate against a mountain of blubber in their hiring. One more describes the reaction of the world community to South Africa's incursion into Angola.


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