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We all had our youthful indiscretions that haunt or amuse us for the rest of our lives. Mine was conservatism.
Last fall, a half-dozen child psychologists lurked around New York's
Yale Club at a convention called "Advertising & Promoting to Kids"
in search of new, higher-paying clients.
In October 1968, at the height of the Ocean Hill-Brownsville crisis, New
York Mayor John Lindsay got heckled off the stage at a synagogue in
Progressive journals are key in creating a movement, but they lack support.
The late John Rawls was, by all accounts, a remarkably modest and
generous person, much beloved by his friends and students, and
profoundly uninterested in the kinds of fame and celebrity perks
Within the next decade, 30-40 percent of current public school teachers
in the United States will retire, opening up more than 700,000 teaching
A year ago Congress overwhelmingly approved George W.
Debbie Nathan is an attendee of Feminist Futures, a
New York-based study group whose organizers include Leonore Tiefer.
The New York City public school system doesn't have the money, time or
organizational skills to make sure every child has a dictionary--or a
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