Elizabeth Coleman — American Educator

Elizabeth Coleman was the ninth president of Bennington College from 1987 to 2013. Following her graduation with honors from the University of Chicago, where she was a Ford Foundation Scholar, she completed her master’s degree in English and American Literature at Cornell University, where she was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow. She received her PhD with distinction at Columbia University, where she was a Woodbridge and President’s Fellow... (wikipedia)

You have a mind. And you have other people. Start with those, and change the world.
History provides a laboratory in which we see played out the actual, as well as the intended, consequences of ideas.
The problem is there is no such thing as a viable democracy made up of experts, zealots, politicians and spectators.
The values and voices of democracy are silent. Either we have lost touch with those values or, no better, believe they need not or cannot be taught.

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