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Friday, December 11, 2009

Wisconsin Students to be Force-Fed Union Propaganda

While the headline of this post says it all, here's the story from AP:
Wisconsin schools will be required to teach the history of organized labor under a bill signed by Gov. Jim Doyle.

The bill Doyle signed Thursday also requires Wisconsin schools to teach the history or collective bargaining.

The proposal has been around for years but never passed. This year it cleared the Democratic controlled Legislature despite opposition from school boards and administrators who said they didn't want the curriculum micromanaged.

Labor unions supported the bill.

Doyle said in a statement that he was happy to sign the bill so students would understand the importance of the labor movement in creating basic workplace rights.

No word on whether the curriculum will include how unions have killed industry, buy politicians, and beat dissenters.

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