January 26, 1983
Vol. 02, Issue 18
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PAGE 17 - Commentary
Financial aid. It was--and is--a powerful idea, one born in a spirit of national concern and fired in the crucible of the civil-rights" movement.
Some months have now passed since the Supreme Court's ruling in the Pico case (Board of Education, Island Trees Union Free School District No. 26 v. Pico)--its first real occasion to review the constitutionality of book and library censorship.
PAGE 20 - Commentary
It is obvious that the New Right objects to the goals of feminist and anti-racist groups. Is it also true that some liberals who oppose censorship also oppose racial and sexual equality in school books?
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