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Learn more about the School Liberation Movement by discussing it with others online.


Some will be old timers, others will be brand new. Some may not even like School Liberation and want to argue a bit. As long as it's polite, it's welcome!


You are invited to join. The discussion varies in volume from 5-20 messages per day. It's easy to unsubscribe, too. BTW, all messages are archived and available to the public.


Many people have praised us for the level of conversation on the School Liberation eForum (a/k/a, saying it is among the best they have encountered on the Internet.


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Last updated February 21, 2008

Some of the more
well-known signers of our proclamation:

Ed Crane
President, Cato Institute

John Taylor Gatto
1991 New York State Teacher of the Year

Fr. John A Hardon
The Catholic Catechism

Don Hodel
Former Secretary of Interior

D. James Kennedy
Coral Ridge Ministries

Rev. Tim LaHaye
Left Behind

Rabbi Daniel Lapin
President, Toward Tradition

Tom Monaghan
Founder, Domino‚Äôs Pizza

Ron Paul
US Congressman, Texas

John K Rosemond
Parenting Author, Columnist, Speaker

They and thousands of others have signed Our Proclamation

"I favor ending government involvement in education."