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Lesson Plans

Pollock Stamp

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Mon, 22 Feb 1999 09:15:44 -0600

My response is, it was wrong for the Censors to take it upon themselves to decide if it (smoking) was acceptable to portray.

If they didn't like the cigarette, then find another image of Pollock to use. All you folks out there willing to accept this "fixing" are contributing to the PC mentality.

I don't care for smoking myself, but I would rather handle the truth about Jackson than make him to be what the 90's wants. Come on, now....

When people start deciding for us what's good for us to know and what good role models are- isn't that what the japanese did about world war II in their history books? And the Nazis?


Jim Wittstruck
M.W. Savage Elementary
Savage, MN

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