Rossi visits a small town where book burnings are back in fashion and a young teacher loses her job for teaching too radical ideas. Back at the Trib', Charlie refuses to publish a satirical comic strip in lieu of being sued.
Did You Know?
Webster tells Rossi that Lou once smashed up his car when both worked for the Detroit Free Press at Livernois and Gratiot. The two streets do not intersect and are on opposite sides of Detroit. See more
[having lost her teaching job, Marilyn is now working as a waitress
You know, really I sould be grateful to the Paul Revere Society for one thing.
Before they came along, this place was topless.