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Making Their Own Way Second generation: The sons and daughters of the leaders of the '60s civil rights generation, the men and women with names like King, Abernathy, Jackson and Young, are coming into their own.
Will justices bar sex bias? Key case: Feminists and the Clinton administration hope the Supreme Court will outlaw all sexual discrimination when it rules on a case challenging the right of Virginia Military Institute to exclude women.
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Clinton makes plea for finding 'common ground'
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Voting control shifts to right on high court
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Very Rev. Anthony John Zeits S.J., 82, Loyola High School president
Va. law school has a Christian context
Words fail working women, linguist says
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Mount St. Mary's College ushers in new president
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For the love of a poppy seed bagel, she may have lost a new job
Legg Mason Realty snares a fighter
Honored poet Merwin a big draw in Columbia
Fashion's biggest names get together to take aim at a major killer of women TEEING OFF ON CANCER
Black coaches, NCAA discuss eligibility tests
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