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Clarence Thomas, a black, is Ronald Reagan's chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He walks a lonely road, not really agreeing with conservatives or liberals.
American companies seem to have little impact on the system, whether they stay or leave
Six years ago Congress eased restrictions on seekers of political asylum. The Administration has been accused of thwarting Congress’s intent