"Education is a kind of continuing dialogue, and a dialogue assumes different points of view."
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Time magazine, 8 December 1952
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Tell that to the snowflakes on college campuses today.
 -- Jim K, Austin     
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    Well it used to be true.
     -- David, Mannington     
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    Authoritarians must control the dialogue in order to remain in the position of authority. Questioning authority used to be a hallmark of the liberal cause -- something's changed on college campuses today.

    'Education' has become a massive labor racket only possible with 'loans' from the banking establishment which the government will cover. The result? Every graduating student has a debt the size of a house -- or what could buy one. And what to show for it? Substandard education, and a tenured unionized class that milks its customers (students) for everything they've got and for the next 15 years.

    Differing points of view? Compulsion is the hallmark of the liberals, now.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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