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The drafts Aieta read covered the study of history, geography, and civics. In all, they contained 439 pages.

Aieta read them for two reasons. First, because he feels it is part of his job as chairman of the social studies department at Hamilton-Wenham High School in Gloucester, Mass. But he also read them because he is wary of those outside his profession telling him what to teach.

Vol. 05, Issue 06, Page 1-24

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