Mike Sadofsky (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 19 Jun 2000 13:13:33 -0400
I guess I would ask the question a little differently than
Joseph Moore did.
What is it you believe Sudbury Schools have (or offer) that
is of particular interest to "politically leftist people'"
What is you it believe about Sudbury Schools that you think
might be aversive to "conservative and unpolitical people?"
Martin Wilke wrote:
> To bring some life back again to DSM:
> Most people would suppose that Sudbury Schools are chosen only by
> politically leftist people. But as one finds in several SVS
> publications, there is a broad spectrum of political views among
> students, their parents and staff.
> What I wonder, is what makes the school attractive to conservative and
> unpolitical people?
> Isnít that much personal freedom frightening to conservative people?
> Martin Wilke
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