Martin Wilke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 31 Mar 2000 11:59:14 +0200
several SVS publications state that people involved in Sudbury Schools
in one way or another come from a wide range of political views. All
of them appear to favor personal freedom and democracy. But they seem to
have quite different views on the field of economics. Some prefer
free-market capitalism while others rather prefer a democratic
What I'd like to know is why free-market supporters think Sudbury Model
and free market fit together well, and why supporters of democratic
socialism think Sudbury Schools do well in a non-capitalist setting.
I personally think Sudbury Model does work in either economic system,
but i'm interested in the arguments both sides have.
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