Civic and Moral Learning in America
Donald Warren, John Patrick
Palgrave Macmillan, Apr 17, 2006 - Education - 228 pages
From its formative years to the present, advocates of various persuasions have written and spoken about the country's need for moral and civic education. Responding in part to challenges posed by B. Edward McClellan, this book offers research findings on the ideas, people, and contexts that have influenced the acquisition of moral and civic learning in the America.
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