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Posts from Tryatt, Siloam Springs

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As I read the eleven responses above from E. Archer to A. Woods I was intrigued by the comments, and surprise at the failure to respond to the syllogism: Major Premise -- Religion, morality, and knowledge are necessary to good government; minor premise (implied) -- religion, morality, and knowledge are all fundamental elements of education; Conclusion -- Congress and the territorial governments shall always ENCOURAGE education. >> Dewey and his secular humanist disciples to the contrary, the founders of our nation listed knowledge as a third element of education, after religion and morality. >> Congress was not funding or providing education for the states but encouraging it, particularly in the territories.

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