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AMERICAN HEROES IN AND OUT OF SCHOOL
New York : Delacorte, 1989.
is a non-fiction book with true stories such as the Day the Police Dogs
Searched Every Kid in School or the account of Joellen Stanton in Brunswick,
Maine who defended her right to print her choice of a quote under her yearbook
picture. This book chronicles the steps people need to take even today
to protest the first amendment -- the freedom to say what we believe.
Heroes and heroines -- Biography
United States -- Biography
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