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This monograph is extremely informative and worth reading for anyone interested in education systems. It discusses education systems in European history as well as education systems in American history. The general thesis is that compulsory state education does not serve to benefit students, but rather serves only to benefit the state.
This monograph's only defect is that it does not, if I recall correctly, give much, or perhaps any, information on the various styles of non-statist education, my favourite of which is the Sudbury model of education. For those wishing to learn more about the Sudbury model of education, I would recommend the documentary <i>Voices from the New American Schoolhouse</i> (2005) by Daniel Mydlack.