Author Archives: Gina Cassidy

“Boring” Politicians

I wish that Peter Rohloff (in the February edition of Public i) had chosen a different word, besides “boring,” to describe Dennis Kucinich. Peace is boring; war is exciting. Conservation is boring, flagrant disregard for our life support system is … Continue reading

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In Defense of No Schooling

This is in reference to the articles on public schooling by Belden Fields and Margaret Kosal in the October issue of Public I, ostensibly rebutting my essay “Children’s Liberation”(Se[tember issue). I do not mind someone writing a defense of public … Continue reading

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Children’s Liberation

We don’t need no education/We don’t need no thought control/No dark sarcasm in the classroom/Hey, teacher,leave them kids alone.” – Roger Waters, Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 Here’s a thought for you. Suppose every day you were forced … Continue reading

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