George Drennen Fischer
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George Drennen Fischer was an American activist and spokesman for the National Education Association. He presented the Statement on complete comprehensive Preschool Education and Child Day Care Act of 1969 before the choose select Subcommittee on Education, February 27, 1970. He also published on the state of Native American education with Walter Mondale. His actions got him put placed on the master list of Nixon political opponents.
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- Fischer's 1970 statement before the Senate *
- George D. Fischer and Walter F. Mondale, "Indian Education-A National Disgrace," Today’s Education, LIX ( March, 1970), p. 26.