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The Committee for Cultural Freedom CCF was an American political organization active from to which advocated opposition to the totalitarianism of both the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany in foreign affairs, [1] and promoted pro- democratic reforms in public and private institutions domestically. Many American far left-wing intellectuals in the s and s were Trotskyists who believed in democracy and were opposed to the totalitarianism advocated by Joseph Stalin and Stalinism. The CCF was an attempt by John Dewey and other leftists to break with what they argued was the totalitarianism of the Communist Party USA and "cleanse" left-wing politics to make it more palatable to the mainstream of American voters. Dewey saw the CCF as an independent organization.

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By Andrew Hartman New York: Palgrave Macmillan, The purpose that this book sets out for itself is to chronicle an intellectual history of American education, showing how educational and political trends in the s and s shaped education in the s. Education and the Cold War is an adaptation of a dissertation: this may have something to do with the fact that it is not at all lacking in breadth, pouring copious detail about a large number of educational figures in both conservative and progressive intellectual milieus. Education and the Cold War swerves between documentary evidence and philosophical reflection, and so reading it is like eating something very rich—one may not wish to go through the whole thing in one sitting. Generally, I found the tastiest parts to be the most philosophical ones. Hartman really shines in his depiction of progressive education in the later life of John Dewey and afterward. This book chronicles a little-discussed period in American educational history, that between the Progressive Era and the progressive educational experiments of the s.

A culture war is a cultural conflict between social groups and the struggle for dominance of their values , beliefs, and practices. The term is commonly used to describe contemporary politics in the United States, [2] with issues such as abortion , homosexuality , transgender rights , pornography , multiculturalism , racial viewpoints and other cultural conflicts based on values, morality , and lifestyle which are described as the major political cleavage. The term culture war is a loan translation calque of the German Kulturkampf 'culture struggle'. In German, Kulturkampf , a term coined by Rudolf Virchow , refers to the clash between cultural and religious groups in the campaign from to under Chancellor Otto von Bismarck of the German Empire against the influence of the Roman Catholic Church. In American usage, "culture war" may imply a conflict between those values considered traditionalist or conservative and those considered progressive or liberal. This usage originated in the s when urban and rural American values came into closer conflict.

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Andrew Hartman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Although world affairs are inherently distant from the local activity of running a school, international events can often heighten a sense of threat from abroad and a related sense of national inferiority, thus spurring domestic debates on the adequacy of education. A perceived poor showing of British industrial exhibitors at the Crystal Palace International Exhibition of prompted concerns about the quality of British education. Andrew Hartman undertakes to synthesize much of the previous historiography regarding debates on education throughout the twentieth century, viewing the early Cold War era as resulting in a culminating crisis.

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By Andrew Hartman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Education and the Cold War presents an overview of education in the United States when it was buffeted by the anxieties that attended the Cold War, McCarthyism, troubled race relations, and the polarized sixties. Andrew Hartman brings those matters together, portraying schools as a crucible during the most rancorous years in U.

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By Andrew Hartman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Education and the Cold War presents an overview of education in the United States when it was buffeted by the anxieties that attended the Cold War, McCarthyism, troubled race relations, and the polarized sixties. Andrew Hartman brings those matters together, portraying schools as a crucible during the most rancorous years in U. Successive chapters examine progressive education and the life adjustment movement; ideological debate during the depression decade as it affected education; conservative intellectuals and liberal anticommunist educators at odds over American education; the linkage of Cold War ideology and race relations; and the panic over the Soviet launching of Sputnik , which resulted in the passage of the National Defense Education Act in Community-centered and dependent on local taxes, schools were sensitive to organized pressures by persons concerned about quality education as well as those with passionate political agendas.

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С течением времени этот метод преобразования текста был взят на вооружение многими другими и модифицирован, с тем чтобы его труднее было прочитать. Кульминация развития докомпьютерного шифрования пришлась на время Второй мировой войны. Нацисты сконструировали потрясающую шифровальную машину, которую назвали Энигма.

Mitch on Hartman, 'Education and the Cold War: The Battle for the American School'

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Фонд постоянно выступал против того, что именовалось им оруэлловскими средствами подслушивания, имеющимися в распоряжении правительственных агентств, прежде всего АНБ. Этот фонд был для Стратмора постоянной головной болью. - Не вижу ничего нового, - сказала Сьюзан.  - В чем же чрезвычайность ситуации, из-за которой вы вытащили меня из ванной.

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Он хотел его оставить, но я сказала. Во мне течет цыганская кровь, мы, цыганки, не только рыжеволосые, но еще и очень суеверные. Кольцо, которое отдает умирающий, - дурная примета.

Она понимала, что коммандер заплатил огромную цену за ее избавление.

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