[Vision2020] What was education like before the Prussian method

thansen at moscow.com thansen at moscow.com
Sun May 13 19:47:48 PDT 2007

Your response lacks validity on two fronts:

1)  Wikipedia lists their sources (which, unlike Mr. Peterson's, does not 
include Psalms from the Bible)

2)  Maybe I have an agenda.  Maybe I don't.  But, then, I am not writing 
textbooks, am I?

Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho

> Very Good Tom-Tom,
> We all aggree that "Wikipedia" is always based on truth.....
> And that You are agenda free!
> D.
> -----Original Message-----
> 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
con> siderably depending on one's location, race, gender, and social class.
Basic>  education in literacy and numeracy was widely available, 
especially to
whit> es residing in the northern and middle colonies, and the literacy 
rate was
r> elatively high. Educational opportunities were much sparser in the rural
Sou> th.”
> You really ought to check out your sources, No-Clue.  It appears that
Robert>  A. Peterson may have an agenda.
> http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/author.pl/author_id=10
> 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
> "People only see what they are prepared to see."
> - Ralph Waldo Emerson 
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