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Saturday, 30 April 2011
High School Rebel
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by Thomas J. Scheff (May 2011)


When I was 15, my dad sent me off to a military high school far from home. I argued with him, cried and appealed to my mother, but to no avail. He was determined, as always. For him the matter was straightforward: if he didn’t get me out of town, I was likely to get into deep trouble of one kind of another. He also pasted on a second justification: it would make a man out of me. He thought that I spent far too much time reading, and not nearly enough at athletics, work, and other manly sports.  more>>>

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Posted on 04/30/2011 4:34 PM by NER
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