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Inside Story: Eye of the Beholder #906804

PBS Special for Tuesday, Dec 29, 1981

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An in-depth look at religious groups’ opposition to television. How their quest to clean-up TV is raising censorship issues with television executives and writers. Hosted by Hodding Carter.

With comments by: Newton Minow, Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, Sen. John Pastore, Nicholas Johnson, Grace Baisinger, Rev. Jerry Falwell, Rev. Donald Wildman, John Lofton, Daniel Yankelovich, Robert Alley, Lottie Beth Hobbs, several unnamed activists, David Gerber, Richard Levinson, Norman Lear, E. Duke Vincent, Michael Ross, James Duffy, Gene Mater, Robert Mulholland, Andrew Schroder, Dewitt Mallary, and Dr. Everett Parker.

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Carter, Hodding

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