We Need Public TV

Lee, S. Yen
April 1995
Chinese American Forum;Apr1995, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p24
The article presents the author's proposition to maintain a clean public TV system for educational purpose in the United States. TV programs have tremendous impact on the behaviors of viewers according to surveys and studies, particularly on the young and the immature people. The author has stated that cutting public TV doesn't really save much federal money.


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