November 4, 1992 Edition Of The Press And Journal
Russian Brings World Of Change To Many At Penn State Harrisburg
Imagine being a history professor at your country’s largest, most prestigious university, and being told by the government that you may not lecture about certain periods in your nation’s past.
Imagine standing before a class of young people who are eager to learn about their country’s culture and heritage, and having to explain to those students that there are certain things they must never know.
Imagine, also, a day when the ironclad rules, which have restricted education in your country for decades, are finally dropped, and the world’s vast history is again open for study…