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The Nation

March 25, 1986

Clarence M. Pendleton Jr., an outspoken black conservative who lives in San Diego, has turned his part-time post as chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights into a nearly full-time job that paid him $67,344 last year, although that amounts to less than half his income from outside ventures. That is among the findings in an unreleased General Accounting Office report that found widespread mismanagement at the commission. The report is to be made public at a House hearing today.

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