Two Cheers for Equality
by Paul Nash - 1965
The author wields some analytic tools in order to clarify a concept widely misconstrued. "Equality" has become a shibboleth in too much of educational talk; and while he gives "two cheers" he gives them for more reasonable discriminations, more consistent inequalities.
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