Mara Liasson Reports That President Clinton

marked the 50th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier at a ball game Shea Stadium in New York last night. After courting racial controversy last term with his stands on welfare and affirmative action policy, the President is plans to devote more of his energy to race relations. He will unveil a major initiative next will bring about no new government programs but will focus on encouraging dialog.



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