Peace Revolution episode 041: The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto / Hour 1 + Commentary

Author: Richard GroveOctober 9, 2011
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Peace Revolution episode 041: The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto / Hour 1 + Commentary

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  1. Ultimate History Lesson Hour 1, minutes 1 -15 (approx.):
  2. Shield of the Trinity (on Wikipedia)
  3. Classical Trivium + 7 Liberal Arts (on Wikipedia)
  4. George Orwell (on Wikipedia)
  5. (Book) “Nineteen Eighty-Four” by George Orwell (1984) (on Wikipedia)
  6. Newspeak (on Wikipedia)
  7. Walter Lippmann (on Wikipedia)
  8. (Book) “Public Opinion” by Walter Lippmann (1922)
  9. Aristotle’s Logic (on Wikipedia)
  10. Aristotle (on Wikipedia)
  11. Dialectic (on Wikipedia)
  12. Five W’s (+ How) (on Wikipedia)
  13. (Document) Abraham Lincoln’s Speech Before the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 30, 1859
  14. Mudsill Theory (on Wikipedia)
  15. British Class Structure / Social Structure of the United Kingdom (on Wikipedia)
  16. Vernon Louis Parrington (on Wikipedia)
  17. (Book) “Main Currents in American Thought” (Vol. I-III) by Vernon Louis Parrington (1927)
  18. Emancipation Reform in Russia (1861) (on Wikipedia)
  19. British Empire Slavery Abolition Act 1833 (on Wikipedia)
  20. Roundtable Discussion of minutes 1-15:
  21. (Book) “Social Science for Teachers” (Riverside textbooks in education, edited by E. P. Cubberley … Division on secondary education under the editorial direction of A. Inglis); “Education a process of adjustment.”
  22. Definition of Psittacism
  23. Definition of Mettle
  24. Hour 1, minutes 15 -30 (approx.)
  25. Wage Slave (on Wikipedia)
  26. (Video) Noam Chomsky on Wage Slavery (on YouTube)
  27. Welfare (on Wikipedia)
  28. Definition of Deadwood
  29. Simon Legree (character in Uncle Tom’s Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe in1852) (on Wikipedia)
  30. Harriet Beecher Stowe (on Wikipedia)
  31. Count Leo Tolstoy (on Wikipedia)
  32. Chautauqua Movement (on Wikipedia)
  33. William Rainey Harper & Chautauqua Movement (on Wikipedia)
  34. Lewis Lapham & Harper Magazine (on Wikipedia)
  35. (Film) “The American Ruling Class” (2005)
  36. (Video) “The American Ruling Class” trailer (onYouTube)
  37. Carnegie + Homestead Strike (1892) (on Wikipedia)
  38. PBS special Homestead Strike
  39. John D. Rockefeller (on Wikipedia)
  40. Rockefeller  + Ludlow Massacre (1914) (on Wikipedia)
  41. Horatio Alger (on Wikipedia)
  42. Charles Loring Brace (on Wikipedia)
  43. (Book) “The Dangerous Classes of New York: And Twenty Years’ Work Among Them” by Charles Loring Brace (1872):
  44. Orphan Train (on Wikipedia)
  45. Adoption (on Wikipedia)
  46. Indentured Servant (on Wikipedia)
  47. The Adoption History Project (University of Oregon Archive)
  48. (Document) “Orphan Train Myths and Legal Reality” by Rebecca Trammell (pdf)
  49. Minutes 15 -30 / roundtable discussion references:
  50. Definition of Rhetoric (on Wikipedia)
  51. Definition of Leverage
  52. (Book) “The Human Use of Human Beings” by Norbert Wiener (1950)
  53. (Book) “The Force of Fantasy: Restoring the American Dream” by Ernest Bormann (1985)
  54. (Book) “Foundations: Their Power and Influence” by Rene Wormser (1958)
  55. (Book) “The Babylonian Woe” by David Astle (1975)
  56. Thomas Jefferson / Sally Hemings (PBS “Jefferson-Hemings Story&rdquowinking
  57. (Book) “Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time” by Carroll Quigley (1966) (PDF file)
  58. W. Cleon Skousen (on Wikipedia)
  59. (Book) “The Naked Capitalist” by W. Cleon Skousen (1970)
  60. Hour 1, minutes 30 -45 (approx.):
  61. (Document) “Frustration and Aggression” by John Dollard (Yale University Press, 1939)
  62. Adam Robinson (on Wikipedia)
  63. The Princeton Review (on Wikipedia)
  64. (Book) “What Smart Students Know” by Adam Robinson (1993)
  65. George W. Bush (on Wikipedia)
  66. John Forbes Kerry (on Wikipedia)
  67. Bush, Kerry, C-Average at Yale (The Chicago Tribune)
  68. Bush, Kerry, Yale, Skull & Bones (CBS News)
  69. (Book) “How The Order Controls Education” by Antony Sutton (1985)
  70. (Book) “America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones” by Antony Sutton (1986)
  71. Citibank of New York Corporate History
  72. Citigroup (on Wikipedia)
  73. Minutes 30-45 / roundtable discussion references:
  74. (Document) “Frustration and Aggression” by John Dollard (Yale University Press, 1939)
  75. (Document) “The Great American Bubble Machine” by Matt Taibbi (Rolling Stone)
  76. (Book) “The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One” by William K. Black (2005)
  77. (Book) “Power in the Highest Degree: Professionals and the Rise of a New Mandarin Order” by Charles Derber, William A. Schwartz, Yale R. Magrass (Oxford University Press, 1990)
  78. (Book) “Politics and Progress: The Emergence of American Political Science” by Dennis Mahoney (2004)
  79. Woodrow Wilson PhD (on Wikipedia)
  80. (Book) “Cybernetics: Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine” by Norbert Wiener (1948)
  81. Thorstein Veblen (on Wikipedia)
  82. Conspicuous Consumption (on Wikipedia)
  83. Andrew J. Galambos (In “Sic Itur Ad Astra”, Galambos defines “Profit” as any increase in wealth or happiness which is achieved without violating the volition of another human being)
  84. Sic Itur Ad Astra: The Theory of Volition (Volume I) by Andrew J. Galambos
  85. Definition of Volition
  86. (Video) Tim Russert /Bush /Kerry /Skull & Bones (on YouTube)
  87. Yale Troika
  88. (Video) Trader Alessio Rastani on BBC (Youtube)
  89. Hour 1, minutes 45 –end:
  90. Outcome-Based Education (on Wikipedia)
  91. Prussian Education System (on Wikipedia)
  92. Robber Barons (on Wikipedia)
  93. Johann Fichte (on Wikipedia)
  94. (Book) “Addresses to The German Nation” by Johann Fichte (1806); trans. R. F. Jones & G. H. Turnbull (University of Chicago Press, 1922)
  95. The Battle of Jena (on Wikipedia)
  96. Baruch Spinoza (on Wikipedia)
    (Book) “Tractatus Theologico-Politicus” (or) “Theologico-Political Treatise” by Baruch Spinoza (1670)
    John Calvin (on Wikipedia)
  97. (Book) “Institutes of the Christian Religion” by John Calvin (1536)
  98. “Justified Sinners”/ Calvinism (on Wikipedia)
  99. “The Elect” / Calvinism / Predestination (on Wikipedia)
  100. Final roundtable discussion (min 45 –end) references:
  101. (Book) “War is a Racket” by Maj. General Smedley Butler (1933)
  102. (Video) “20/20 Hindsight: Censorship on the Frontline” Divergent Films (2010 /YouTube)
  103. Immanuel Kant (on Wikipedia)
  104. (Book) “Vom Kriege” (or) “On War” by Carl von Clausewitz (1832)
  105. Carl von Clausewitz (on Wikipedia)
  106. Eugenics (on Wikipedia)
  107. (Book) “War Against The Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race” by Edwin Black (2003)
  108. (Video) Maafa 21: The History of Eugenics and Slavery (Youtube)
  109. Johann Pestalozzi (on Wikipedia)
  110. (Book) “Godwin’s letter to Olgilve, Friend of Jefferson, and the Federalist
    Propaganda” by Burton R. Pollin (source of Jefferson receiving a Pestalozzi book)
  111. (Book) “War and Education” by Porter Sargent (1943)
  112. (Book) “Compromised Campus: The Collaboration of Universities with the Intelligence Community, 1945 – 1955” by Sigmund Diamond (1992)
  113. (Book) “Universities and Empire: Money and Politics in the Social Sciences During the Cold War” edited by Christopher Simpson (1999)
  114. (Book) “The Impact of Science on Society” by Bertrand Russell (1952): (Fichte quote; page 51 -52)
  115. (Book) “The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And Its Geostrategic Imperatives” by Zbigniew Brzezinski (1998)
  116. (Video) Comedian Lee Camp “Evil People Have Plans” (on YouTube)

End of Hour 1

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