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|Containing a wealth of hands-on, practical information, this book will help you develop a sound program philosophy and compatible policies.|
|"(This book) meets the single criterion of a 'classic': it has outlived its own time and its author's. For any teacher who links education to social change, this is required reading. ....... " [from back cover]|
|The broad-minded woman who understands the science of cookery was the ideal |
generally approved at the recent .... whidi the mighty force of the American
republic has been introduced among nations whose dominions are expanding
and whose instruments to a certain extent are war. ... it was offensive to the
neighborhood, he had it forked up and conveyed into an old empty building
across the street.
|Life in the American wilderness is different from and distant from British life, and |
yet it entails its own equally great suffering. ... Ruth is English by birth and plans
to go to America, but fails to go there, the promise of America being an empty
dream. ... 142 The attraction, importantly, is not false or “feign'd”: the man who
attracts her to America—“a Youth from Georgia's shore”—is equally convinced of
|George Tuttle, “A Commission Is Set Up to Study the Problems of Youth,” United |
Church Observer, 1 Dec. 1944. ... see James Gilbert, A Cycle of Outrage:
America's Reaction to the juvenile Delinquent in the 19505 (New York: Oxford
University Press, 1986). ... 1997): 442—77, have suggested that the “democratic
family” idea was simply empty rhetoric and amounted to nothing more than a
reassertion of ...
|square, broad-bridged nose and overly wide mouth in a Western setting where |
they did not have to conform to a stamped ideal of Persian beauty. ... She had
met Sema who, as an old 'American,' already three years in the States, had taken
her in hand. Pari ... The girls looked for an empty table, found one, and sat down.
|In America people generally get on when they have something to start with, and |
we know your cousin didn't go over empty-handed.” BERNICK. H'm, be so good
as to MRs. BERNICK. [Troubled] There, you see, Karsten— HILMARWell, at any ...
|... of the conflict between art and life, of the meaning of America and its unfulfilled |
history — the recurrent themes of his fiction. ... Time, for instance, robs human
beings of youth and all its promise as well as the wonders of beauty. ... Armed
with this certainty, Amory especially rebounds from every setback with renewed
hope and vigor, propelled by yet another dream. ... In their efforts to fling off what
seem to be the empty and outmoded values of the past, which had led to such
|I mean the uggsome pictures of healthy, optimistic, empty-headed, crew-cutted, |
sweatered, American youth swilling that damn stuff in order to bear witness to our
incomparable national IDEAL.) (There, now I've said it.) There are some other ...
|Critical reason had become dangerous for the ruling classes and it had become |
empty for the intelli- gentsia. ... and consequently a feeling of meaninglessness,
of the uselessness of any fight for principles, an unwillingness to struggle and to
die for an ideal. ... to overcome the emptiness and meaninglessness into which
the closing bourgeois era was sinking, the American youth, after the disillusion of