November 15, 1989
Vol. 09, Issue 11
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PAGE 23 - Commentary
The educated young people who provided much of the drive behind the recent movement for democracy in China are, ironically, part of one of the most elitist institutions in Chinese society.
PAGE 32 - Commentary
It is commonplace for educators and academics to decry the faddism that often afflicts educational change.
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