[Vision2020] What was education like before the Prussian method ofindoctrination?

heirdoug at netscape.net heirdoug at netscape.net
Sun May 13 19:42:31 PDT 2007

Very Good Tom-Tom,
We all aggree that "Wikipedia" is always based on truth.....
And that You are agenda free!
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From: thansen at moscow.com
To: heirdoug at netscape.net; suehovey at moscow.com; vision2020 at moscow.com
Sent: Sun, 13 May 2007 7:30 PM
Subject: RE: [Vision2020] What was education like before the Prussian method ofindoctrination?

>From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_in_Colonial_America
“Education in the 17th and 18th-century American colonies varied considerably depending on one's location, race, gender, and social class. Basic education in literacy and numeracy was widely available, especially to whites residing in the northern and middle colonies, and the literacy rate was relatively high. Educational opportunities were much sparser in the rural South.”
You really ought to check out your sources, No-Clue.  It appears that Robert A. Peterson may have an agenda.
Tell us.  What does Doug Wilson have to say about the topic?  Or is he still trying to figure out where he stands on slavery?
Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho
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