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photoA New York Times editorial today suggested Tiger Woods should skip the Master's next year because of the all-male membership at Augusta National Golf Club. The club has been embroiled in a turf war with women's groups over its refusal to admit women members. The Masters is one of golf's four major championships, which is watched by millions worldwide

The club asserts its right as a private club to maintain its single-sex membership; critics say it's plain old discrimination. In this hour, both of this red-hot debate tee-off.


Steve Rushin, sports writer with Sports Illustrated

David Dow, professor of constitutional law at The University of Houston

Martha Burk, chair of The National Council of Women

Charlotte Hays, Independent Women's Forum

Sumru Erkut, Center for Research on Women at Wellesley College

This program aired on November 18, 2002.


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