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Where is the Outrage?

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Submitted by Seyma Sacksner (United States), Jul 2, 2002 at 22:04

I wonder what the Ninth Circuit, the federal court of appeals that held unconstitutional the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools, would say about the Interaction Publishers' material...

Where is the outrage in the media? Where is the ACLU? I am sure that if this curriculum had addressed another religion's tradition, we would see national coverage on the major media news programs.

Thank you, Dr. Pipes, for another example of the mistake that many Americans make in their effort to be fair, balanced, and open to the unfamiliar. Unfortunately, they do not always recognize the consequences of these actions.
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