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Public Schools Create Citizens In A Democratic Society


Well, 1890 to 1930 was the precise time when public schooling was intensely racist and anti-Catholic. A more praiseworthy set of schools from that time period would be the thousands of black schools (often called Rosenwald schools) that were common then.


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