Show Business: Watch Out for Children

For adults, the front-line television criticism in the U.S. is written by men like Lawrence Laurent of the Washington Post and Jack Gould of the New York Times. For children, the ultimate word on what should or should not be seen comes from an organization known —in what may be the acronym of the century—as NAFBRAT.

NAFBRAT, the National Association for Better Radio and Television, has published in the February issue of Parents' Magazine an inclusive critique of all prime-time TV, judged on its potential value, or harm, to children. "The best of the new shows," says NAFBRAT, "are Slavery's People, Many...

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