|⇦|| Episode #370 - Breaking Out of the Mudsill Trap
(Beyond the Corporate Order to Society Without the State)
|⌚ Sun 5 August 2007 ☻Adam Curtis, John Nash, Friedrich von Hayek, Thomas Schelling, James Buchanan, Robert Kavesh, Philip Mirowski, Alain Enthoven, R.D. Laing, Morton Schatzman, Clancy Sigal, Madsen Pirie, Antony Jay, David Rosenhan, Paul McHugh, Robert Spitzer, Jerome Wakefield, John Taylor Gatto (reading)|
Download Hour1 Download Hour2 This week, we begin the final chapter of John Taylor Gatto's The Underground History of American Education, as Gatto drives home the point of the argument he's been making throughout the book, that the system of compulsory schooling has not been put in place to sharpen the intellectual skills of children to be equal to the responsibilities of free citizens, but just the opposite, to dumb them down, to be the malleable subjects of a plutocracy. But first, we hear a radio adaptation of Adam Curtis' The Trap.
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