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> I am writing out of concern arising from a front-page article that was
> printed in today's New York Times. The article is entitled, "The NEA
> Tell a Book by Its Cover," and reports that William Ivey, the new chairman
> the NEA, canceled a $7,500 grant that had been approved ... the book, called "The
> Story of Colors."... But, according to the NYT, the book is a "literary,
> whimsical" story about "diversity and tolerance" centering on a "folk tale
> about Mexican gods who took a gray world and filled it with brilliant
> colors." .... The author of the
> book is Subcomandante Marcos, the leader of the Zapatista peasant movement
> in the southern Mexican State of Chiapas. Ivey claims he was worried that the
> money would fall into the hands of the Zapatistas.........