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'Michael Shere, in a letter to The Los Angeles Times

"Conservatives can be right sometimes, too. If anything, they're jumping on my bandwagon.''
Polly Williams, a Democratic member of the Wisconsin legislature and state chairwoman of Jesse Jackson's 1984 and 1988 presidential campaigns, on right-wing support for a school choice bill she sponsored

"Students must pay less attention to video games and music videos and begin to read more. Reading is in danger of becoming a 'lost art' among too many American students--and that would be a national tragedy.''
Donald Stewart, president of the College Board, on the four straight years of declining verbal scores on the SAT

"If you remember back to 9th grade wood shop, it was like living in a forest, and many of the shop teachers were like some kind of forest creature.''
Bob Brush, scriptwriter for ABC-TV's The Wonder Years

Vol. 02, Issue 04, Page 1-24

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