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Democracy and Education—but Clear

by William Gellermann — 1940

No one can read this book thoughtfully and agree with every part of it. It is contradictory at many points. It was so intended. It is a challenging symposium. It is an invitation to think about the basic problems faced by American education today. But it is more than an invitation to think; one who reads doe book is compelled to think. Seldom have issues of such importance been stated in the unambiguous American idiom here employed. In fact, this book is a model of that type of forthright communication which the authors recommend as an instrument toward greater democracy.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1940, p. 250-251
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14107, Date Accessed: 3/22/2018 3:48:24 AM

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