Monthly Archives: February 2001

Nina: A Preschooler’s Resistance to Alienated Labor and Authoritarian Schooling

By Damon Krane February 2001 The Athens Agenda Magazine ******************* I was studying to be a high school social studies teacher when I found myself required to observe a class of preschool children and their teacher. I didn’t really mind. … Continue reading

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God bless capitalism?

By Damon Krane February 8, 2001 The Post (Athens, Ohio) ******************* I’ve been one of a number of local progressives and radicals who, for better or worse, have kept their distance from the anti-Wal-Mart campaign. Personally, I can understand if … Continue reading

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Opposition to LGBT inclusive literature ranges from insensitive to insane

By Damon Krane February 2, 2001 Unpublished commentary ******************* In his third letter to the editor concerning the inclusion of GLBT positive literature in school libraries, Peter Lehman writes that his opponents are still failing to understand his obvious points. … Continue reading

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