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How to Save a Dying City in Four Steps . . . Or Maybe Five

Written by Gary North on October 17, 2015

Detroit and Chicago are models of urban failure. The decline of both cities visibly began around 1960. That was when a decade of Democratic control merged with the federal government to turn these cities into welfare state disasters. This had begun in the New Deal. But it took a quarter century for the process to […]

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Job, Calling, and Legacy in My Career

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

Remnant Review I received this as a private email yesterday. I have been a long time subscriber and look forward to reading your articles daily but I can’t help but to feel sorry for you. You work too much. You are no longer a young man, you are old. You are heading toward the final […]

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Teaching Literature With Movies

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

I teach literature after 1938 by teaching movies — mostly American movies. Here’s why: http://www.ronpaulcurriculum.com/public/6276.cfmThere is an academic bias against movies as literature. Yet movies are clearly literature: stories that grab our attention. How many novels can a student read in a semester? How many movies can a student see? If we teach by examples, […]

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Wanted: Online Video Math Teachers

Written by Gary North on July 10, 2015

[Note: the position for grades 3 and 4 is filled. That was fast! I will consider sample lessons for grade 5.] The Ron Paul Curriculum wants three elementary arithmetic teachers, grades 3-5 . . . or maybe only two, if one of them can teach two courses simultaneously. Payment: you will get $25/student per course, […]

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