Schools in the 1950s vs. the 2010s
Schools everywhere are cracking down on children, turning these institutions into little Nazi camps. Children in Texas are issued misdemeanor citations for disturbing the class or ruckusing in the playground. One little girl is put on detention for bringing a paring knife in her lunch box. With increased anarchy and the breakdown of character in the classrooms, expect more tyrannical controls. But should conservatives delight in the attempts to keep order in these classrooms, or should we oppose these rules? Kevin Swanson compares schools in the 1950's to schools in the 2010's using a humor piece from the web, on this issue of Generations.
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