Washington Diarist

K., M.E.
October 1977
New Republic;10/29/77, Vol. 177 Issue 18, p42
Presents news clippings related to political developments in the U.S. Information on the Bakke case which focused on minority quotas and other reverse discrimination programs; Use of cadavers in car collision testings; Details of the section "Weekend" launched by the newspaper "The Washington Post"; Information that federal employees received a 7.05 percent across-the-board pay increase.


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