Zeman, N.; Howard, L.
December 1990
Newsweek;12/31/1990, Vol. 116 Issue 27, p4
Notes that the newly named secretary of Education, Lamar Alexander, will face questions concerning the administration's ban on most race-based scholarships by the Democrats on the Labor and Human Resources Committee. Also notes that the Bush administration is looking for spots for Republican representatives.


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