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Fair use rationale for Image:Tom Hamilton.jpg
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"...capitulated in 1858 after a massive invasion by police and the state militia..."
Can anyone verify the following statement?
"To break the back of the Catholic power center in the Boston area, the Massachusetts legislature enacted the first compulsory education law in 1852. Over the next six years many parents were jailed and thousands of children marched off to school by the state militia, as entire "revolting" towns were militarized when they refused to take their children out of their locally-run schools or home-schools and place them in the state-run, state-controlled institutions. The last town to fall, Barnstable, Massachusetts, capitulated in 1858 after a massive invasion by police and the state militia: compulsory public state-run education had begun in America."
Image copyright problem with Image:Kurt Vonnegut at CWRU.jpg
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File:Iyannough Statue.jpg Nominated for Deletion
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