January 12, 1983
Vol. 02, Issue 16
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PAGE 18 - Commentary
She toyed with her boyfriend's hair, pecked at his lips, and snuggled deeper into his arms, but since she's really a good girl and no rampaging wanton, she lovingly pushed him away when the bell rang and went into the classroom to take her seat.
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Courts have played a major role in social-policy issues in the past generation: in civil rights, prison reform, reform of mental institutions, increased access to the political process, and, importantly, education.
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