November 28, 1984
Vol. 04, Issue 13
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PAGE 15 - Commentary
Why can't the United States provide its number-one natural resource--its children--with the electronic educational sustenance that television is uniquely capable of providing?
PAGE 24, 16 - Commentary
As I prepare for my 25th college reunion, it occurs to me that I have spent 13 years of the past quarter-century as a public-school teacher and principal and 12 years in universities as an administrator and faculty member.
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