Taking the radical approach that public education is not necessary and poses a threat to this country's future freedom and security, Samuel Blumefeld's Is Public Education Necessary? was written to help parents reject "educational tyranny." Blumenfeld exhibits the history of public education in America as a long moral decline tied together with liberalism, Unitarianism, secret communist experiments in the US that preceded Marx, "dishonest motives," and unconscionable interference by the government, and puts forth a solution of a government-free educational model. 214 pages, softcover.
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