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January 28, 1989 | From Associated Press
A leading American Jewish civil rights organization is endorsing the movement to teach values in public schools, claiming "moral relativism" represents a greater danger than the possibility of church-state abuses. The American Jewish Committee, overcoming fears that values education could be "a smoke screen for teaching religious precepts," has approved a report by a task force that encourages schools to define, teach "and put into action" values that are at the foundation of a democracy.
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January 28, 1989 | From Associated Press
A leading American Jewish civil rights organization is endorsing the movement to teach values in public schools, claiming "moral relativism" represents a greater danger than the possibility of church-state abuses. The American Jewish Committee, overcoming fears that values education could be "a smoke screen for teaching religious precepts," has approved a report by a task force that encourages schools to define, teach "and put into action" values that are at the foundation of a democracy.
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September 1, 2005 | ANDRES MARTINEZ
WRITING IN the Harvard Crimson recently, Adam Guren, a Harvard student from Los Angeles, may have revealed the most obscure factoid uncovered so far about John G. Roberts Jr. One of Roberts' college roommates told Guren that the Supreme Court nominee could never do without Pepto-Bismol -- that "he always had a bottle or two in hand."
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