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There is nothing new about vouchers/choice. The idea of vouchers/choice has been around for a long time. Here is a quote from George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) of the socialist Fabian Society of England, who said, “Nothing will more quickly destroy independent Christian schools than state aid: their freedom and independence will soon be compromised, and before long their faith.”

We have Carnegie Corporation’s plan written in 1934 entitled Conclusions and Recommendations: Report of the Commission on the Social Studies: American Historical Association, Investigation of the Social Studies in the Schools (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1934, USA). Click on the following link that will download the Report to your computer: Carnegie Conclusions and Recommendations. The Report calls for using the schools to change America to a communist “planned economy” in the New World Order. If you do not have the time to click on the above site, the following quote may persuade you to do so and to read the entire book (168 pages):

Recommendations. . .

8. Under the moulding influence of socialized processes of living, drives of technology and science, pressures of changing thought and policy, and disrupting impacts of economic disaster, there is a notable waning of the once widespread popular faith in economic individualism; and leaders in public affairs, supported by a growing mass of the population, are demanding the introduction into the economy of ever-wider measures of planning and control. . .

Cumulative evidence supports the conclusion that, in the United States as in other countries, the age of individualism and laissez faire in economy and government is closing and that a new age of collectivism is emerging [Emphasis added] . . .

As to the specific form which this “collectivism,” this integration and interdependence, is taking and will take in the future, the evidence at hand is by no means clear or unequivocal. It may involve the limiting or supplanting of private property by public property or it may entail the preservation of private property, extended and distributed among the masses.

Common Core is just another attempt at indoctrinating your kids.

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