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Quotes - Feb, 1994 Issue 

In school, the bells, the confinement, the crazy sequences, the age-segregation, the lack of privacy, the constant surveillance act to prohibit the ability to think critically. 
- John Gatto, DUMBING US DOWN, 1992. 
"A liberal arts education doesn't prepare you for something, it
prepares you for anything."
- Frontis Johnston, History Prof at Davidson College, NC 
"If you don't educate the heart, you educate a dangerous person." -David Davenport, Pepperdine President. 
"I want to be a voice for America's children... advocating... the immediate abolition of the legal status of minority and the reversal of the legal presumption of the incompetence of minors in favor of a presumption of competence; the extension to children of all procedural rights guaranteed to adults; the rejection of the legal presumption of the identity of interests between parents and their children, and permission for competent children to assert those independent interests in the courts."
- Hillary Rodham-Clinton, Harvard Educational Review, 1974. 

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