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Democratic Elitists

My philosophy teacher at Trinity led a fascinating session on democracy that I remember to this day. In the end, he remarked, a person will always know their best interests better than you can know them, that's why every person has the vote....

Not Waving But Drowning

Having argued that the ability to mass academise schools is not undemocratic, I read this today from @dutaut - here where he argues that it is not undemocratic but anti-democratic....

Is Academisation Undemocratic?

As could have been predicted, there are a lot of people who are angry about mass academisation. The last time I saw the word privatisation this many times in a day, I was reading about Thatcher for an essay. If that isn't 1980s enough, some...

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