Powerpoint_Intro_Lect_17 - (1990)

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Lester Ward (1841-1913) Universal education is the power, which is destined to overthrow every species of hierarchy. It is destined to remove all artificial inequality and leave the natural inequalities to find their true level. With the artificial inequalities of caste, rank, title, blood, birth, race, color, sex etc., will fall nearly all oppression, abuse, prejudice, enmity, and injustice that humanity is now subject to.
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Langston Hughes What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?
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East St. Louis: Ethnic “Diversity”
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Unformatted text preview: (1990) http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.umich.edu/ National Priority Sites in East St. Louis Educational Attainment in East St. Louis Lord Acton a child is not born to the station of its parents, but with an indefinite claim to all the prizes that can be won by thought and labor. It is in conformity with the theory of equality. ..to give as near as possible to every youth an equal state in life. Americans, he said, are unwilling that any should be deprived in childhood of the means of competition....
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Powerpoint_Intro_Lect_17 - (1990)

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