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Karl Marx and the American Teacher

by Theodore Brameld - 1935

ONE OF Marx's keenest observations about capitalist society was that the organs of public opinion — particularly newspapers and the schools—are actually though often surreptitiously controlled by the class in power. Perhaps no better demonstration of this belief could be found than the lack of familiarity among most high school and college graduates with the sharpest of all critics of capitalism—Karl Marx himself.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 2 Number 2, 1935, p. 53-56
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13179, Date Accessed: 9/29/2020 2:29:45 PM

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