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Nightline: Required Reading #708669

ABC Special for Wednesday, Aug 21, 2002

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  • Discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), author David Horowitz, and Georgetown University Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding Director John Esposito re: the controversy surrounding the University of North Carolina’s assignment of the book “Approaching the Qur’an: The Early Revelations” as summer reading for its incoming freshman class.
  • Taped segment with Deborah Amos (ABC), Family Policy Network Chairman Terry Moffitt, freshman Johnny Gilbert‡, Family Policy Network President Joe Glover‡, UNC Chancellor James Moeser, Comparative Religion Professor Michael Sells, Fox News Channel talk show host Bill O’Reilly, North Carolina State Rep. Larry Justus, James Yacovelli of the Family Policy Network, George W. Bush, discussion group leader Peggy Hull, and unidentified others.
  • Reporter(s):
    Amos, Deborah
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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