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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on August 4, 2002 05:45:28 UTC

A person's belief system necessarily causes a seeking of common ground with others. Groupthink begins here...it's inevitable.
Agree with you, everyone should be more honest and " open to changing their judgement on those probabilities as more information
becomes available."

Since that will not happen by luck, we have our work defined. If education fails to achieve this, education instead creates a monster with a big mean streak. They might try something they think is new and innovative -- with a fifth grader's understanding of history, they might try to take over the world by force again -- and it's all been justified by our education system -- on which we spend $300 billion a year ( lower and "higher" ed).
No ignorant aborigone would spend his tribe's resources to teach that his tribe, rather than fixing its political problems by making amends and friends, should be lavishly blamed and lose whawt minority of territory they hold to any jive-Language Removed bunch of hooligans if they promise, while plundering and pillaging, to mouth the politically correct slogans with which they earned their

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