Clinton's Drift Left On Civil Rights Has Business Edgy

When President Bush caved in to pressure from civil rights groups and signed a 1991 law making it easier for women and minorities to win damages for job discrimination, employers were glum. But, they figured, all was not lost. A Republican Justice Dept. would no doubt fight for the narrowest interpretation, limiting companies' exposure to costly lawsuits.

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