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An Underground History of American Education by J. T. Gatto -----------------------

  • Page 2 and 3: Table of Contents Prologue ........
  • Page 4 and 5: The Lure Of Utopia ................
  • Page 6 and 7: Our Manifest Destiny ..............
  • Page 8 and 9: The Bell Curve ....................
  • Page 10 and 11: If I demanded you give up your tele
  • Page 12 and 13: David learns to read at age four; R
  • Page 14 and 15: the equation, it’s just that none
  • Page 16 and 17: options allowed Brandon to be medic
  • Page 18 and 19: ghettoized, cajoled, coerced, jaile
  • Page 20 and 21: My worry was about finding a promin
  • Page 22 and 23: Chapter 1 A Nation From The Bottom
  • Page 24 and 25: Lincoln, hardly a slouch as writer,
  • Page 26 and 27: In the humbler setting of rural Ind
  • Page 28 and 29: to speak. Why does our government m
  • Page 30 and 31: 19. For Drinking Spiritous Liquors
  • Page 32 and 33: The most famous school in Athens wa
  • Page 34 and 35: men and women if that were a goal.
  • Page 36 and 37: Oriental Pedagogy The ideal of a le
  • Page 38 and 39: How Hindu schooling came to America
  • Page 40 and 41: occupations. 2. The warrior and adm
  • Page 42 and 43: without its Church of England bagga
  • Page 44 and 45: a second horse, his hat was lifted
  • Page 46 and 47: When I was a schoolboy in Monongahe
  • Page 48 and 49: finally crucial French intervention
  • Page 50 and 51: literate society, reading was the l
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    them in difficulties out of which t

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    Washington had no father as a teena

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    You can disinter proclamations abou

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    Chapter 2 An Angry Look At Modern S

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    I know how difficult it is for most

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    Important milestones of the transfo

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    characterizing its lead over Europe

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    confinement and inactivity to slowl

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    poets or men of letters. We shall n

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    egan to emerge from this was a Darw

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    Chapter 3 Eyeless In Gaza The deeds

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    Books that show you the best questi

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    out of every 579 was illiterate and

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    ability to extract and parrot "info

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    Reading, analysis, and discussion a

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    In thirty years of operation, Sudbu

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    Germany on the United States—the

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    2. Fifty million can recognize prin

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    language of church liturgy, to flow

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    large group of self-taught good rea

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    something to be memorized but a spe

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    By the time of the Gallaudet affair

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    publishing industry. Publishing was

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    original 1930 Dick and Jane with it

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    Chapter 4 I Quit, I Think... The ma

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    NOT BELIEVE ANYTHING THEY TELL YOU

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    of myself, to give me competence an

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    work up much enthusiasm for novelty

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    alphabetized subcategories—A, B,

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    knowledgeable student of the comic

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    In order to emphasize the magnitude

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    world. But the damage my family had

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    them, one by one, about the teacher

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    The managerial and social science p

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    of young people pursuing their own

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    Al Shanker, longtime president of t

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    Rain Forest Algebra In the summer o

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    eliever is everywhere on the march,

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    Compulsion Schooling The center of

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    claims that "democratic tradition"

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    standardized and Germanized our sch

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    eginning to consider worldwide scho

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    large- scale purchasing; 1 school i

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    itself, at the Mother Center, a per

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    easonable thought solidified into o

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    The area has the troubles and socia

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    America has always been a land cong

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    affection between parents, children

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    of government to step in and fill t

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    The Plan Advances In the space of o

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    own lives. The little town of Barns

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    The underlying business-like presum

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    legitimate authority. Needs now sud

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    communities and Fourierian phalanst

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    stranger matter than it appears, an

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    Through forced schooling, everyone

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    1 Machiavelli had clearly identifie

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    schooling in the early nineteenth c

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    assistants as policy thinkers at ti

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    quasi-religious teacher seminaries

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    closely regimented: streets were ma

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    people into a rational and moral co

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    It belittled his advocacy of phreno

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    Chapter 8 A Coal-Fired Dream World

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    connection between schooling in all

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    for institutional schooling as it e

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    described and that modern Prussia w

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    innovations without end, then even

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    American family grew and produced i

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    When infortuitously methane becomes

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    adical loss of freedom from what ha

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    If humanity had its way, it would n

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    were allowed to be useful to the re

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    coal-dependent Prussia to gather ba

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    exception. Excessive overproduction

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    stupendous damage on the libertaria

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    Chapter 9 The Cult of Scientific Ma

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    five in the afternoon had his forty

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    ut seldom attributing it to book le

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    this way the thinking of the opposi

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    The Fabian Spirit To speak of scien

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    lodged, taught, and employed whethe

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    and banking classes! These laughing

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    microchipping an eel to see what ho

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    It was less the frantic scope than

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    I am firmly convinced the economic

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    promising political career of mayor

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    moved heaven and earth to force its

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    And in the same issue, Senator Keny

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    fashioning what looked to be a perm

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    As far as I can figure, any success

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    I shouldn’t say nobody had money

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    "Darktown Strutters Ball," "Old Bla

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    fry an egg, sew a button, join thin

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    On Punishment There was a time when

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    Swissvale taught me also that Mothe

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    Boarding school was a harsh and sta

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    punishments. The idea that individu

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    Where father was, nobody ever told

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    extent that though they lived cheek

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    learned to listen to my senses and

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    to my father again. And sometimes e

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    legalization of abortion, became vi

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    1860 and 1871 to 1914) posed a thre

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    United States and didn’t flag in

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    ighteousness. The first requirement

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    classics of their kind, still consu

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    popular writer Kenneth Roberts (Nor

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    Industrial Efficiency After the Civ

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    of industrialists and bankers calli

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    under the direction of the Rockefel

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    some loyal subjects by reserving go

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    on the Monongahela blamed their tro

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    2 The inner ring of these schools,

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    Your Family Tree In 1896, Latin and

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    of German romanticism, wrote a scie

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    The writings of William Henry Poole

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    ethics, and morals were kept flexib

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    ight summer resorts. 6) Attendance

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    called "the development of a fourth

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    Mind (1933) with this dark beauty:

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    propaganda, by supplying executives

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    Chapter 13 The Empty Child Walden T

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    e controlled by the proper use of c

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    market researchers, hustlers of whi

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    ecomes dominant and the bridge or b

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    ordered the editors of Collier’s

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    The classic statement of behavioris

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    few have any work worth doing. Only

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    parents to surrender quietly: I am

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    utopia, The Republic, Popper shows

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    Stripping away psychological defens

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    dystopian nightmare, 1984, when Win

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    Some parts of the country were more

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    through that system disseminated to

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    health. But what was mental health?

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    associations, grant-making bodies,

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    the activities I selected would be

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    Chapter 14 Absolute Absolution The

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    outdo colleagues, to climb employme

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    Superficially, you might argue that

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    Nothing familiar, the children were

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    its official writings. State v. Whi

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    The Dalai Lama And The Genius Of Th

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    The second characteristic of Christ

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    When you deny your own centrality,

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    presume, cynically. Young men and w

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    or received a single phone call and

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    A tacit hands-off policy pays impre

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    The Game Is Crooked Hannah Arendt

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    attention diverted, until the next

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    4) The fourth lesson schools teach

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    Children who can’t stand intimacy

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    more in real dollars than we did in

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    scientific; only a small portion of

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    insisted on hiring employees with 5

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    at Yenching University outside Beij

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    innovative who were altering the na

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    professional. Once work is preempte

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    of this originally creative group.

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    servant... the lawyer...." Quill-Dr

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    Nor have you heard the worst: an in

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    Chapter 17 The Politics of Schoolin

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    Stop Four: The RPM collects ALL the

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    7) Federal Department of Education

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    deeper look; also, the pages on tru

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    But when he saw my load of wreckage

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    For more than ten years Judge Clark

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    But I was fresh from western Pennsy

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    The rootless people who accumulated

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    up 40 percent in one year, quite a

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    and librarian, plus three of the el

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    ancient Sparta. Its modern analogue

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    By the end of WWI, the labor market

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    its operations. And in 1918 Carnegi

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    Crystallizing Public Opinion and Pr

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    The National Association of Manufac

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    Four Kinds Of Classroom Jean Anyon,

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    Chapter 18 Breaking Out of the Trap

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    We have evolved a subtly architecte

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    attention is directed to the stabil

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    A successful tradition of self-reli

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    are vanishing, that the workplace d

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    Limiting the power of government, i

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    pauses to politely denounce black s

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    "Don’t do it," I begged. "They sh

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    American Protestantism, once our na

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    sobering facts are these: from 1991

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    anger at the text of the prince’s

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    12. Honor the highly graded. Keep g

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    care to. In a short time such a sys

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    compelling public concern. Actually

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    for children. Neighborhoods need th

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    The best way to start offering some

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    at his waist, on a horse he calls B

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