Getting wormy

March 1995
Advocate;3/21/95, Issue 677, p9
Reports on the decision of Apple Computer Inc. to cancel from its product list Voyager's CD-ROM which was based on the textbook `Who Built America?'. Alleged demand of Apple for Voyager to drop references to homosexuality, birth control and abortion from the CD-ROM; Defense of Apple Computer.


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