Education not Incarceration
AbstractI would like to shine some light on an issue that, unfortunately, is becoming increasingly prominent in the land of the free. It is an issue of which many of you may be aware, for it has grown to unprecedented proportions here in the United States. It is one which all Americans should be concerned with, if they value such things as freedom, equality, and justice for all. A state of freedom exists only if all individuals are free.
Education for Democracy: Fighting the Corporate Takeover
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