Hell Breaks Loose in Paradise
by Editors, Life Magazine - 1964
Last spring, in its issue for 26 April, 1963, Life Magazine reported an episode in the ironically named town of Paradise, California, in which elements of the population attempted to "get" a school teacher. The unique feature in this ugly controversy was the enlisting of a student to spy on the teacher by means of a concealed tape recorder. Through the generosity of Life's editors, the Record reprints the report of the Paradise case, omitting only the captions and incidental phrases relevant to the original pictorial form, and follows with commentaries by four distinguished educators.
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