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Censorship or selection : choosing books for public schools

Author: Fred W Friendly; Benno C Schmidt; PBS Video.; National School Boards Association. Convention
Publisher: [Alexandria, VA] : PBS Video ; [New York] : Media and Society Seminars, 1983, ©1982.
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Presents a condensed version of a seminar that was given at the 1982 conference of the National School Boards Association. Among the topics discussed are selection, utilization, and removal of school library materials and whether students have the constitutional right to read. Participating in the discussion are professors, school board members, principals, teachers, authors, community activists, students and  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Fred W Friendly; Benno C Schmidt; PBS Video.; National School Boards Association. Convention
OCLC Number: 26516562
Credits: Director, Jon Merdin; producer, Martha Elliot.
Performer(s): Fred W. Friendly, narrator ; Benno C. Schmidt Jr., moderator ; Kurt Vonnegut, Judy Blume, and various others in round-table discussion.
Description: 1 videocassette (ca. 58 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Responsibility: a production of Media and Society Seminars ; a program of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism ; executive producer, Stuart F. Sucherman ; director, Jon Merdin ; producer, Martha Elliott.

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Presents a condensed version of a seminar that was given at the 1982 conference of the National School Boards Association. Among the topics discussed are selection, utilization, and removal of school library materials and whether students have the constitutional right to read. Participating in the discussion are professors, school board members, principals, teachers, authors, community activists, students and members of Moral Majority.

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