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The poison fountain; or, Anti-parental education. Essays and discussions on the school question from a parental and non-sectarian standpoint. Wherein the decline of parental authority, the downfall of family government, and the terrible growth of crime, pauperism, insanity and suicides, in America, are traced directly and unmistakably to our anti-parental public school system.

Title:The poison fountain; or, Anti-parental education. Essays and discussions on the school question from a parental and non-sectarian standpoint. Wherein the decline of parental authority, the downfall of family government, and the terrible growth of crime, pauperism, insanity and suicides, in America, are traced directly and unmistakably to our anti-parental public school system.
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Note:San Francisco, The author, 1878
  
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Subject:Public schools
Subject:Education and state
Subject:Education
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