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" ... applied. What he fails to notice is that the school itself, entirely apart from its instruction, is the great educator of the children who attend it. The school is, first of all, no respecter of persons : the stupid son of a rich man, led in every... "
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1879
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The Eclectic Teacher and Southwestern Journal of Education: For ..., Volume 5

Education - 1880
...persons ; the stupid son of a rich man led in every class by the- son of a mechanic cannot in after life look down on him as an inferior, whatever the conventional...position of the two may be. Or if the rich man's son has brains as well as fortune, the poor man's son can never attribute to fortune only the lead that...
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The Library Magazine, Volume 1

1880
...persons ; the stupid son of a rich man led in every class by the son of a mechanic cannot in after life look down on him as an inferior, whatever the conventional...attribute to fortune only the lead that he may take in after life. The school is thoroughly democratic, and each pupil learns in it that it depends on himself...
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Selections Illustrating Economic History Since the Seven Years' War

Economic history - 1895 - 647 pages
...of the children who attend it. The school is, first of all, no respecter of persons ; the stupid Bon of a rich man, led in every class by the son of a...position of the two may be; or, if the rich man's son has brains as well as fortune, the poor man's son can never attribute to fortune only the lead that...
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