October 27, 1982
Vol. 02, Issue 08
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PAGE 19 - Commentary
As a teacher of history for over two decades, I have become a purist, if not a crank. And I have found that there are two kinds of history.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
Although summer meant school time for many youngsters in Los Angeles, it is traditional to think of fall as the time when education begins with a clean slate.
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