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Politics & Religion / Rewriting History #771922

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 22, 2004
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jake Tapper) The role of religious conservatives in reworking American history in the national parks examined; details given of the National Park Service's consideration of removing images. [Traditional Values Coalition chairman Rev. Lou SHELDON†- says it {the Lincoln Memorial film} only shows liberal, pro-abortion, pro-homosexual marches; states we lived in "Outer Siberia" in President Bill Clinton's administration.] [Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility Jeffrey RUCH†- says staff did not want to rewrite history.] [National Park Service Vikke KEYS†- comments on modifying exhibits.] The controversy over a creationist book sold at the parks attributing the Grand Canyon to the Great Flood of the Bible outlined.

Jennings, Peter;
Tapper, Jake

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