In the final volume of Cremin's definitive history of American education, he discusses education as a central idea and force throughout American society and shows how the continued growth and diversification of the American population affected it.In the final volume of Cremin's definitive history of American education, he discusses education as a central idea and force throughout American society and shows how the continued growth and diversification of the American population affected it.Read Less
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Very Good. 0060916567 Cremin, Lawrence A. American Education. The Metropolitan Experience 1876-1980. New York, NY: Harper Perennial, 1990. xiii, 781pp. Indexed. 8vo. Paperback. Book condition: Very good. Faint rubbing to edges.
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