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Liberty and Coercion

Almost every political philosopher I am aware of from Aristotle down through Montesquieu believed that a democracy/republic had to be small in size.  Self-government required, among other things: 1,846 more words

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The Pause

Before What Is Next

Well. Here we are. Already. August. End of Summer. End of his childhood. The pause after the exhale before the inhale. Before September, the new school year. 471 more words


My son, Anthony!

Monday was my son’s first day of school of his senior year. I can’t believe he’s all grown up!


12th Grade Oral Report: Pre-Columbine Civilizations


Students will investigate and describe the lives of the main pre-columbine civilizations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

Themes to be investigated and presented: 167 more words


A Cronyism Dilemma

A friend of mine related that he had begun to contemplate retirement.  He wanted to teach about another 10 years or so and then thought about opening a small barbershop.   965 more words

Sticks In The Mud

12th Grade: Weekly News Summary Essay

Objective: Students will analyze the current political, social, economical and cultural context of Latin America through summaries of current news articles found online or through print media. 102 more words


12th Grade Latin American History Syllabus

Grade: 12th Grade

Course: Latin American History

Teacher: Mr. Justin S. Colón

Email: jcolon@acadmensj.org

Blog: www.historyatmenonita.wordpress.com

Welcome to the new school year. Surely this new school year will bring about a great opportunity for learning and growth in the lives of each student. 488 more words