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In 1921, in Dresden, a teacher named A.S. Neill founded Summerhill, the world's first "free school" — a radical private academy, fully democratic, in which the students decide what to study and together vote on the rules. Appa...
Something, Anything Is a Sure-Handed Portrait of a Woman's Attempt to Feel Alive
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