culture and life of wage workers
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- The history of education shows that every class which has sought to take power has prepared itself for power by an autonomous education. The first step in emancipating oneself from political and social slavery is that of freeing the mind. I put forward this new idea: popular schooling should be placed under the control of the great workers’ unions. The problem of education is the most important class problem.
- Antonio Gramsci, Gramsci's Writings on the State and Hegemony, p. 4