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From the PublisherThe strengths of the book are many. It not only serves as a biography, it takes readers through the philosophy of adult education as practice, not just a “profession,” and informs readers of the history and politics of Ohliger's time. It also does a nice job of comparing the various philosophies and pedagogical understandings of those past and present in the field of adult education.
— Debra L. Dukes, From NACADA Journal