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On Contributing to KCET

August 27, 1988

It's Pledge Week and KCET bemoans that only a limited number of viewers are supporters. I wonder why?

The National Endowment for the Humanities claimed the 1986 PBS series "Africa" outrageously blamed "every technological, moral and economic failure of Africa on the West." Nevertheless, KCET will rebroadcast the series next month.

The PBS series "Frontline" promoted the leftist Christic Institute's lawsuit accusing Iran-Contra figures of murder, kidnaping, bribery and drug dealing, but provides no update when the institute's highly publicized and slanderous lawsuit was dismissed in Miami June 23 for lack of evidence before it even went to trial.

And Bill Moyers regularly cranks out his biased viewpoints under the guise of objective reporting on his "Journal."

With taxpayers forced to subsidize this claptrap flapdoodle already, is it any wonder we decide not to contribute any further?

JOHN PAUL ARNERICH

Los Angeles

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