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Pennsylvania Advancement School : no game for radicals

Author: Henry S Resnik
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Saturday Review Inc., 1970.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"The North Carolina Advancement School, [was] founded in November 1964 as a pet project of Terry Sanford ....Sanford's term ended in January 1965; his successor pledged support but ... by the spring of 1967 the staff began to look for new jobs .... Mark Shedd [was] ... so impressed by the open, creative atmosphere [at the school] that he quickly invited the staff to move to Philadelphia en masse."--P. 49-50.
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Named Person: Mark R Shedd
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry S Resnik
OCLC Number: 496265794
Notes: Caption title.
Detached from: Saturday review. July 18, 1970.
Description: p. 49-51, 58-59 : 1 ill. ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: No game for radicals
Responsibility: by Henry S. Resnik.

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"The North Carolina Advancement School, [was] founded in November 1964 as a pet project of Terry Sanford ....Sanford's term ended in January 1965; his successor pledged support but ... by the spring of 1967 the staff began to look for new jobs .... Mark Shedd [was] ... so impressed by the open, creative atmosphere [at the school] that he quickly invited the staff to move to Philadelphia en masse."--P. 49-50.

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