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Kevin Randall on teachers’ National Front opposition

Kevin Randall on teachers’ National Front opposition
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19 Jan 1978
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Interview with Kevin Randall, a sixth form student, who supports the National Front. He shares his views of teachers who oppose him, branding them red, otherwise Leftist or Communist, by virtue of their opposition and their badge-wearing in school. He also expresses distaste for the ethnic minority pupils in his classes and the multiracial, multicultural content of the English and Religious Education curriculum. Also included is an interview with 16 year-old student Melanie Dixon, who supports the National Front. Male interviewer not identified (poss. Des Fahy).
Des Fahy?; Kevin Randall; Melanie Dixon
Politics; Social conflicts; Interethnic relations; Propaganda; Teachers; Socialism; Political parties; Racial discrimination; National Front; Discrimination; Racism; Curriculum; Communism; Ethnic groups; Multiculturalism; Multiethnic societies; Marxism; Students; Educational administrators; Voting intention; Political doctrines; Religious education; Cultural discrimination; Minority groups; Intercultural education; Cultural nationalism; Facism; Canvassing; Student ethnicity

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