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My Book Is Soon to Arrive

March 27, 2014

Hello, all. I wanted to let you know that it looks like my book will be published at some point over the next couple of weeks.

The title is A Chronicle of Echoes: Who’s Who in the Implosion of American Public Education. Information Age (North Carolina) is the publisher.

It is a big book– 508 pages (24 chapters) on key individuals and organizations exploiting public education. I wrote it so that it might be read either straight through or in part– the chapters can stand alone. The book is well-documented (100 pages are references), and I assure you, it is an eye-opener.

Stay tuned.

  1. I cannot wait!

  2. Wonderful! No doubt it will be a big seller. Enjoy the experience! (Now, about that SIGNED copy…)

  3. Will you offer this on line? Can not wait.

  4. Good for you!! It will definitely be on my purchase list.

  5. Do you have anything about Gist in your book…Read this…was just put out today:

  6. Christine Langhoff permalink

    You are amazing! You blog daily – real research – not opinion, you publish a book and most importantly you teach! Please take care of your self – vacation, sleep and relax. We need you for the long haul.

  7. Laura h. Chapman permalink

    Congratulations. Hone your one-line zingers for the press, and all the rest.
    Timing is great. Hope the PR is strong. This and other blogs should help, but the real deal is getting it into the brains of the duped and too busy to pay attention..

  8. Candyce Watsey permalink

    Congratulations! I can’ t wait to read it. Will you be doing book signings in Louisiana?

  9. Rangoon78 permalink

    Your work is invaluable. Here is some info for your Randi file. These were originally posted as comments on Diane Ravitch’s blog:

    I didn’t know Randi went to the Ukraine. The theme of privatization is what the newly installed neoliberal puppet is there to push.

    “What was US teachers union president Randi Weingarten doing in Kiev? –
    Weingarten visited Kiev not on behalf of Ukrainian teachers—who will face devastating cuts as the new Western-backed regime imposes a Greek-style IMF austerity plan…”

    March 29, 2014 at 11:52 am
    For the leader of a union to photo-op with the new leaders is obscene:

    Robert Kahn, senior fellow for international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations,about the overall impact of the IMF assistance. “These types of crisis packages almost always bring about some social tensions,” he said. “They also exacerbate the social economic inequalities.”

    According to a report in Kommersant-Ukraine, the finance ministry of Washington’s stooges in Kiev who are pretending to be a government has prepared an economic austerity plan that will cut Ukrainian pensions from $160 to $80 so that Western bankers who lent money to Ukraine can be repaid at the expense of Ukraine’s poor. It is Greece all over again.

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