The Public Interest

The problem of reading in an age of mass democracy

Martin Diamond

Summer 2001

I AM not so audacious as to tell people like yourselves, who are directly engaged in the problems of schooling the young, how to proceed in specific and practical terms. I merely dare to suggest that I can tell you something about the principles upon which your enterprise rests or should rest.

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