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October 12, 2007

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Joan A. Conway

I really don't think a man and woman with 13 children need to enforce their civil liberties as much as one woman with grown children. Do you think that the obvious social impact of demonstrating your comment to the better good, like the Pitts, removes a lot of otherwise barriers faced by those living for themselves?

Kimball Corson

Teachers don't teach us anything. We learn ourselves and they guide or provoke us. They identify the topics and issues, if you will. It is up to us to learn. Milton Friedman and Geof Stone both used or use this operating principal more intelligently than most, Friedman conspicuously; Geof, more subtlety. Either way, it is the stuff of good teachers.

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