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From the Publisher' The book is both touching and telling in import and historical content. As a portrait of times past and nearly lost from memory or record, it is an important contribution to a chapter of American education. Actually, it is the story of the immigration of a style of religious education and its 'two worlds' transformation in the New World. '
V.A. Howard, Harvard University
' This is a unique and uniquely valuable book. Scheffler is without question the most distinguished philosopher of education, at least in the English-speaking world, alive today. The book provides an affecting glimpse of 'the man behind the ideas'. The book raises important questions which are at the center of philosophical and educational controversy, and frequently offers original and insightful answers to them. '
Harvey Siegel, University of Miami