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    "Face Off" Flag Burning, 25 June 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files25 June 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate whether the U.S. Constitution should be amended to prohibit the burning of the flag. The episode aired on Monday, June 25, 1990, on the Mutual Broadcasting System.

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    "Face Off" Flag Burning Amendment Vote, 3 July 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files3 July 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate the rejection by Congress of an amendment to the Constitution to protect the United States flag from desecration. The episode aired on Tuesday, July 3, 1990, on the Mutual Broadcasting System.

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    "Face Off" Civil Rights Reforms, 5 July 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files5 July 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate whether legislation is needed to protect women and minorities against discrimination on the job, due to recent adverse U.S. Supreme Court rulings on civil rights. The episode aired on Thursday, July 5,...

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    "Face Off" Discrimination and Civil Rights, 17 July 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files17 July 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate the Civil Rights Act of 1990, which aims to protect citizens from discrimination in the workplace. The episode aired on Tuesday, July 17, 1990, on the Mutual Broadcasting System.

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    "Face Off" Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 27 July 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files27 July 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), newly signed into law by President Bush, which will address discrimination and barriers faced by disabled American citizens. The episode aired on Friday, July...

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    "Face Off" Civil Rights Act of 1990, 2 August 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files2 August 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate whether President Bush should support the Civil Rights Act of 1990, which would restore anti-bias laws and end job discrimination. The episode aired on Thursday, August 2, 1990, on the Mutual Broadcast...

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    "Face Off" Miss Saigon Casting and the Civil Rights Act of 1990, 31 August 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files31 August 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate the Actors' Equity Association's condemnation of the casting of a British actor in an Eurasian role in the play "Miss Saigon." They also debate the Civil Rights Act of 1990. The episode aired on Friday...

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    "Face Off" Civil Rights Act of 1990, 5 September 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files5 September 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate the possibility that the Bush administration will veto the Civil Rights Act of 1990, and whether the legislation would protect women and minorities from job discrimination. The episode aired on Wednesd...

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    "Face Off" Funding for Discriminatory Clubs, 14 September 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files14 September 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate whether private clubs that discriminate against women and minorities should be eligible for federal tax exemptions. The episode aired on Friday, September 14, 1990, on the Mutual Broadcasting System.

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    "Face Off" Age Discrimination, 19 September 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files19 September 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate a congressional initiative to protect older workers against age discrimination in the workplace. The episode aired on Wednesday, September 19, 1990, on the Mutual Broadcasting System.

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