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Ferrer, Francisco . The Origins and Ideals of the Modern School. Joseph McCabe, trans. pages 96-101, London Watts & Co. CHAPTER VI. CO-EDUCATION OF THE SOCIAL CLASSES There must be a co-education of the different social classes as well as of the two sexes. I might have founded a school giving lessons gratuitously; but a school for poor children only would not be a rational school, since, if they were not taught submission and credulity as in the old type of school, they would have been strongly disposed to rebel, and would instinctively cherish sentiments of hatred. There is no escape from the dilemma. There is no middle term in the school for the disinherited class alone; you have either a systematic insistence, by means of false teaching, on error and ignorance, or hatred of those who domineer and exploit. It is a delicate point, and needs stating clearly. Reb...

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