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  1. Marc

    In the late ’90s, the NEA published a book-long report on the arts that sounded almost evangelical. The arts were given credit for everything from sharpening the study of every aspect of school curriculums to enhancing
    family life. It more than half sounded like a religious pitch.

  2. ToniB

    Hmmm. Reminds me that the era of great French films PRECEDED the protections and co-production maneuvers of the government. Jean Renoir, Truffaut, Rohmer, Godard, Chabrol—none of them required government support. How are the other arts any different?

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