Revolution 101 - Page 2

CAREERS AND ED ISSUE: Free University of San Francisco takes a run at the system

Members of the radical intellectual community discuss founfing the Free University of San Francisco

So why would a student chuck their pursuit of an accredited degree to participate in an uncertain radicalization of education? "Would it have practical application in a corporatized universe? Good question!" Kaufman chuckles. He launches into a torrid Marxist prediction: that our patently unfair education system cannot stand. "The system must be changed. When the pain is bad enough, people start to change." *


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