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http://chronicle.com/blognetwork/tenuredradical/2011/08/london-calling-a-reflection-on-rioting/

I mean think about it.  To take one example, over the course of the last twenty years, one of the finest educational systems in the world has been systematically dismantled and privatized with malice aforethought. The liberal and fine arts have been de-funded, degraded, mocked and reserved for a special few:  shockingly, we are not even particularly interested in funding a proper science and math education in the vast majority of schools. Practical educations for the new economy — accounting, telemarketing, hotel management, home health aid — that will consign people to a life of service at a flat, non-negotiable wage, have taken the place of an education that allows all citizens to dream about transforming their own lives.  Simultaneously, Americans have been asked to take on unreal amounts of debt to get the education and credentials that they need to acquire in order to even hope to have any job.
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