For many students and scholars in North America, William Foote Whyte's work represented the first exposure to the idea that people learning and working together to improve things could succeed much more readily than individuals working in isolation. For many, too, who had missed the practical reform work of Paulo Freire in Brazil and Myles Horton ...

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