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Control freaks who sneer at people who have 'faith' in the free market (voluntary trading) must be fantasizing an allegedly 'higher' political end than freedom.

Author: Rick Gaber, Source: UnknownSaved by ImaWriterIII in control politics liberty government freedom critic skeptic freemarket rickgaber sneer 9 years ago[save this] [permalink]
[Institutional schooling] does brilliantly precisely what it was originally designed to do, that is, to be the "educational" component of a centralized mass production economy directed from a handful of command centers. Such an economy has desperate needs: in order to work, it requires a particular kind of "human resource," specifically one driven to define itself by purchasing things, by owning "stuff," by evaluating everything from the perspective of comfort, physical security, and status.
Author: John Taylor Gatto, Source: Dumbing Us Down, p. 99Saved by vontrapp in liberty education school freemarket 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]
By preventing a free market in education, a handful of social engineers, backed by the industries that profit from compulsory schooling — teacher colleges, textbook publishers, material suppliers, and others — has ensured that most of our children will not have an education, even though they may be thoroughly schooled.
Author: John Taylor Gatto, Source: Dumbing Us Down, p. 85Saved by vontrapp in freedom education school corruption lobbying freemarket 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Multiple prohibitions of choice in the matter of education are now enforced by law, enshrining an exclusive bureaucracy of certified teachers and administrators, and literally hundreds of invisible agencies necessary to maintain the institution of government monopoly schooling. Defying the lessons of the market, this psychopathic megalith has grown more and more powerful in spite of colossal failures to education throughout its history. It succeeds in surviving only because it employs the police power of the State to fill its hollow classrooms. It prohibits local choice and variety and, because of this prohibition, has had a hideous effect on our national moral fabric.
Author: John Taylor Gatto, Source: Dumbing Us Down, pp. 84-5Saved by vontrapp in liberty government education monopoly choice school freemarket 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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