Teaching Free Speech and Political Literacy in an Authoritarian Age
First and foremost I would like to thank Paul Carr without whom this book would not have been possible. He has been the most insightful, knowledge- able and patient editor I could ever have hoped for. I would also like to thank Peter Lang for their continuous support and guidance at each stage of the publication process. Without the educators who shared their stories with me this project would not have happened. I want to emphasize my deep respect for the teachers who work tirelessly behind the scenes in our education system every day. I would also like to acknowledge the financial support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the School of Graduate Studies, and Memorial University for the Aldrich Fellowship that supported my research. I am also very grateful to Connie Morrison and the late Kate Bride for their guidance and friendship. I would also be remiss not to thank Lionel for encouraging me to question authority and Myrtle who taught me how words can bear much kindness. Finally, I would also like to express my gratitude to my in-laws, Bernice and Winston, for their help when I was finalizing the manuscript. To those who have helped me with this text, I am ever grateful: Andrea Rose, John Scott and Rosonna Tite. I would also like to thank Dr. Elizabeth xii learning what you cannot say Yeoman; I am ever grateful for your kindness, your deep knowledge and the countless ways you have helped me...
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