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The Commission is indebted to Jack P. Hartog, Assistant General Counsel and director of this project, and to staff attorney Susan McDuffie for her assistance during the consultations. The Commission is especially grateful to Sheila Bienenfeld for her efforts in planning the consultations, recommending participants, and offering them guidance on the contents of their papers and presentations. The Commission also expresses its appreciation to Michele Moree, who coordinated travel and other logistical arrangements for consultation participants, and who, with Lorraine W. Jackson and Frances C. Lee, provided necessary support services. Appreciation is also extended to Ruth Ford and Natalie Proctor for their assistance in staging the consultations.

Eugene Platt edited both volumes of the document. Final preparations for publication were handled by Audree Holton, Vivian Hauser, and Vivian Washington.

Eileen Stein (no longer a member of the Commission staff), General Counsel, had overall supervisory responsibility for the initial phases of this project, which was completed under the overall supervision of Paul Alexander, Acting General Counsel.


Assessments of Affirmative Action in the 1980s from a Legal Perspective

Statement of Thomas I. Atkins, general counsel, NAACP..


Statement of Jack Greenberg, director counsel, NAACP Legal Defense and

Education Fund, Inc. .....


Statement of Judith Lichtman, executive director, Women's Legal Defense Fund 7

Statement of Stan Mark, senior attorney, Asian American Legal Defense and

Education Fund ...


Statement of M.D. Taracido, president and general counsel, Puerto Rican Legal

Defense and Education Fund .......


Assessments of Affirmative Action in the 1980s from a Policy Perspective

Statement of Morris B. Abram, partner, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and



Statement of John H. Bunzel, senior research fellow, Hoover Institution


Statement of Kenneth B. Clark, president, Clark, Phipps, Clark & Harris, Inc.

Statement of Joe R. Feagin, professor of sociology, University of Texas


Statement of Isabel Sawhill, program director, Urban Institute, Washington,
D.C. ......


Assessments of Affirmative Action in the 1980s from an Enforcement Perspective

Statement of Lawrence Z. Lorber, partner, Breed, Abbot and Morgan.


Statement of Weldon J. Rougeau, former director, Office of Federal Contract

Compliance Programs, Department of Labor.


Statement of Eleanor Holmes-Norton, senior fellow, Urban Institute, Washing-

ton, D.C....


Designing and Implementing Affirmative Action Plans

Statement of Rodolfo Alvarez, professor, University of California at Los



Statement of Martha Glenn Cox, assistant professor, Yale School of Organiza-

tion and Management...


Statement of George M. Neely, assistant professor, University of North Carolina

at Chapel Hill


Statement of Mark A. Chesler, associate professor of sociology, University of

Michigan ..


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Monitoring and Evaluating Affirmative Action Plans
Statement of Elsie Y. Cross, consultant, Elsie Y. Cross Associates, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania ....

...... 118 Statement of Raymond G. Hunt, professor, State University of New York, Buffalo.

121 Statement of Alice G. Sargent organizational consultant, Washington, D.C. .... 124 Statement of Peter G. Nordlie, president, Human Sciences Research, McLean Virginia .......

127 Executive Experiences with Affirmative Action Plans Statement of A. Diane Graham, Associate Director for Affirmative Employment Programs, Office of Personnel Management ...

137 Statement of Winn Newman, general counsel, International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers, AFL-CIO-CLC.....

139 Statement of Ray J. Graham, president, Graham Associates, Inc., Northfield, Illinois..

142 Statement of William T. McCaffrey, vice president and personnel director, the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States

145 Additional Comments Statement of Leonard F. Walentynowicz, executive director, Polish American Congress..

... 158 Appendix Affirmative Action in the 1980s: Dismantling the Process of Discrimina

tion, Proposed Statement of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, January 1981. 172

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