November 23, 1981
Vol. 01, Issue 12
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PAGE 17 - Commentary
A driver following Route 95 south from Fairfax County, Va., to Richmond will pass signs to two military installations: Ft. Belvoir, an Army post in Fairfax County, and Quantico, a Marine base in Prince William County.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
In 1966, having taught history for two years in an independent day school, I became a public-school teacher. I saw public schools then--at least the "lighthouse" suburban district in which I chose to work--as an exciting, stimulating, and democratic environment.
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