Toward an effective critique of American education [by] James E. McClellan.


Philadelphia, Lippincott [1968] .

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Subjects Education -- Philosophy.
Education -- United States.
Education.
United States.
Series Lippincott foundations of education series ; P-31.
Description x, 324 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. The system, the establishment, and the search for a new politics -- 2. James Bryant Conant: a man made system and vice versa -- 3. Theodore Brameld and the architecture of confusion -- 4. Jacques Barzun: Is is enough to be an anti-anti-intellectual? -- 5. B.F. Skinner's philosophy of human nature: a sympathetic criticism -- 6. Paul Goodman: a systematic thinker fights the system -- 7. Where is the polity?
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)177628
(OCoLC)ocm00177628
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