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Anita Hill, stung by justice's book, stands by story

She defends 1991 testimony about Thomas

Anita Hill's accusation of sexual harassment nearly scuttled his nomination. Anita Hill's accusation of sexual harassment nearly scuttled his nomination.
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / October 3, 2007

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WASHINGTON - On Sunday evening, Anita Hill turned on the television at her Waltham, Mass., home to watch "60 Minutes." She knew the man she had famously accused of sexual harassment, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, would appear on the show to promote his autobiography. (Full article: 1193 words)

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