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In the 1980s, James Watt, the Secretary of the Interior, was attacked for stating that the ideal advisory committee would be composed of "a black, a woman, two Jews and a cripple.'' Does this now describe the TV show The View?

Asked by: bigdave
In the 1980s, James Watt, the Secretary of the Interior, was attacked for stating that the ideal advisory committee would be composed of "a black, a woman, two Jews and a cripple.'' Does this now describe the TV show The View?
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  • No, There is no connection between the TV show the VIEW and the Secretary of the Interiors Statement in 1980 about the composition of his ideal advisory committee.

    In my opinion,There is no connection between the TV show the VIEW and the Secretary of the Interiors Statement in 1980 about the composition of his ideal advisory committee. James Watt was making a derogatory statement and was chastised for it. The Cast of the TV show the View is subject to change regularly and is not balance to the populous.

  • 'The View' Advises No One

    "The View" is not a governmental advisory committee. Although the women on the show advise the common person on everyday events with their opinionated stances, their decisions aren't final and don't amount to policy changes. At least America has become more diverse in the past 25 years in that Watt's vision for the future came true in some small way.


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