November 7, 1984
Vol. 04, Issue 10
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PAGE 19 - Commentary
All of Barbara Ballou's shots at the political involvement of the National Education Association miss the mark...Most of them fall so wide of the target that I doubt she even took aim before firing.
PAGE 24, 19 - Commentary
Over the past two decades, the struggle for intellectual and spiritual freedom in the nation's schools has produced significant victories for families and students.
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