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Textbook Controversy / West Virginia #29133

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 12, 1974
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(Studio) Following Charleston, West Virginia, school board decision to return controversial textbooks to classroom, children return to classes, but demonstrations against decision continue.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Kanawha Cnty. ,West Virginia) Law enforcement agencies out in full force to protect school children. In Charleston, demonstrators keep their children out of school. [Antitextbook spokesperson Reverend Marvin HORAN - says children's lives and health in danger as long as textbooks remain in schools.] 312 books under fire in Kanawha Cnty. [Textbook selection committee Mrs. Rebecca BURNS - believes some objections sincere, but majority of objections extreme.] School system in Kanawha Cnty. may be permanently fractured.
REPORTER: Ron Miller

Miller, Ron;
Smith, Howard K.

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