The author discusses the unspoken ideological biases prevalent in seemingly "nonpolitical"or "anti-political" free schools. He specifies ways in which the free schools may be able to confront these biases by offering an authentic and provocative range of choices, as well as by direct and active confrontation with real social problems. Finally, he points to one of the most serious tasks facing the Free Schools in the 1970's—the development of long-range loyalties and commitment among Free School people.

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