October 14, 2012 • 5:05 pm
Textbooks round the world: It ain’t necessarily so | The Economist
PARISIANS are in a tizz about capitalism. New Yorkers get stressed about sex. In Seoul and San Antonio, Texas, 11,000km apart, citizens fret about the relationship between humans and apes. What goes into school textbooks—and, even more, what is left out—spurs concern …
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