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For more than thirty years, teacher John Hunter has been teaching the World Peace Game to his fourth-grade students. The real-world lessons that he has learned from their participation in global problem-solving are not about the naiveté of youth, but about the possibilities and pitfalls of collaborative solutions. No doubt, some readers will focus on the students' approaches to issues like nuclear proliferation or climate change; others instead will zero in on the psychological dynamics of conflict resolution. Either way, they will feel uplifted by Hunter's far-reaching experiment in making students (and us) widen our horizons.