The concept of "teaching democracy" assumes what, exactly, about the teacher, the "classroom," the students' desires, predispositions, aptitudes and historical background, and the subject matter?
May 1, 2006:
How high on the charts in 1979 did "The Shape of Things to Come" by the Headboys make it?
May 2, 2006:
Is it true, as French author Isabelle Coutant (.pdf) believes, that the rise of juvenile delinquency in France and the USA since the 1970s can be explained in part in that a young person socialized in "street culture" could transer more habits to a factory job than they can to a service job?
May 3, 2006:
Would the purportedly "feminized" Church be saved if it had fewer "girly-men pastors" and instead tried marketing like the U.S. military's "Army of One" campaign?
What would a conversation be like between Ugo Spirito, who wrote about the idea of "corporative ownership" during the Fascist era in Italy, and Robert Locke, author of Frontpage magazine's 2002 article on "American Corporatism"?
What's the one book to read if I wanted to learn about arguments used by judges (who remained on the bench) throughout 1930's Germany to justify the adjustment of their theories of jurisprudence as the Third Reich came to power?