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Quotes - June, 1994 Issue 


If it is important to appear honest, then it is even more important to actually be honest! 
In marriages, raising children and social programs, it is the hopes and dreams that are the hardest to give up and are the last to go in the face of failure.
"The most important skill to acquire now is learning how to learn." 
- John Naisbitt - Reinventing the Corporation. 
"Children should have a right to decide their future if they are competent." Hillary Rodham-Clinton, American Spectator, August 1992 (referring to her writings in the early seventies) 
"People educate themselves; using privacy, choice, freedom from surveillance, and a broad range of experiences: This would make them their own teachers, which is natural. That children resist learning is a fantasy.     - John Gatto - Dumbing Us Down 
"When we think, we can only do so because our mind is already filled with all sorts of ideas with which to think." E. F. Schumacher, Small Is Beautiful, (New York: Harper and Row, 1975), p. 52. 

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