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Chapter Three: Paul Goodman, Compulsory Mis-education (1962) and The Community of Scholars (1964)

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❶Lieberman, Myron November

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Your request to send this item has been completed. Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. Hentoff said that the book's key flaw was its position in a "political vacuum", offering no means for society to acknowledge Goodman's expressed unviability of their schooling model.

Kaminsky said that Goodman's four book-length critiques of American education together made Goodman a prominent intellectual and educationist. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Compulsory Miseducation Penguin Books edition cover, In the upper grades and colleges, they often exude a cynicism that belongs to rotten aristocrats. Bowker Books in Print. Retrieved February 1, Barnard, Roger February 1, Retrieved May 18, — via ProQuest. Barr, Donald September 27, The New York Review of Books.

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Compulsory Miseducation is a critique of American public schools written by Paul Goodman and published by Horizon Press in

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Compulsory Miseducation Paul Goodman Paul Goodman was born in New York City in , graduated from City College and received his PhD. from the University of Chicago. He taught at New York University, the University of Chicago, Black Mountain College and Sarah Lawrence, and lectured at colleges throughout America.

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