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Culture Shock Perspectives at Cherry Hill: Introduction
  All four groups -- parents, teachers, administrators, and students -- agreed they were committed to finding a way to avoid banning the book. Each group also agreed that only one method really works in bringing different groups to consensus: "Keep talking, and keep bringing everyone together," as Richard Levy puts it. What is most striking about the Cherry Hill story is the degree of mutual understanding the various groups ultimately developed, as well as the warmth and respect with which the groups came to regard one another.

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