First Ohioans Exhibit Is Nearly History
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#1 Feb 10, 2006
It will be a terrible loss for the citizens of Ohio to loose access to these materials which represent the legacy of one of the great civilizations of the ancient world. And there should be no mistake, the OHS is simply caving in to the demands of politically correct activists. I also find it astounding this unfortunate decision comes in response to a nearly 60 percent decline in attendance that has happened precisely since OHS director Bill Laidlaw and his senior staff have come on board. They should all resign or be fired.
#2 Sep 17, 2011
Are we going to have to repeat this?
That whole "learn or condemned" thing is just so bogus.
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