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Compulsory education and the Amish : the right not to be modern / edited by Albert N. Keim.

Boston : Beacon Press, 1975.
ISBN 0807005002, 9780807005002

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Other Authors Keim, Albert N.,
Subjects Amish -- Education -- United States.
Amish -- Education.
Amish -- Éducation -- États-Unis.
Education, Compulsory -- United States.
Education, Compulsory.
Educational law and legislation -- United States.
Educational law and legislation.
Éducation -- Législation -- États-Unis.
Scolarité obligatoire -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description x, 211 pages, [1] leaf of plates ; 21 cm
Copyright Date 1975.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-203) and index.
Contents From Erlanbach to New Glarus / Albert N. Keim -- Who shall educate our children? / Joseph Stoll -- Showdown at an Amish schoolhouse / Donald A. Erickson -- The persecution of LeRoy Garber / Donald A. Erickson -- A chronology of Amish court cases / Albert N. Keim -- The cultural context of the Wisconsin case / John A. Hostetler -- Building a landmark case: Wisconsin v Yoder / William B. Ball -- Compulsory education: the plain people resist / Stephen Arons -- The many meanings of the Yoder case / Leo Pfeffer
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1103014
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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