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Topic: Re: Casualty of the Math Wars
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Re: Casualty of the Math Wars
Posted: Oct 15, 2012 8:54 PM
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Richard Hake Posted: Oct 15, 2012 6:56 PM

>One question being asked, he said, is why Boaler was
>investigated and no university has investigated the way
>Milgram and Bishop have treated her.


Now do you understand?

Although, honestly, I am sorry to say that to you because I think you do understand. It is the rest of our friends on the right side of the debate who seem incapable of reaching the ineluctable conclusion: we cannot win this war.

There has to be another way.

No representation without taxation.

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