How should America's schools teach about international politics and
ways to peace? This volume makes it clear that approaches should be
realistic and pragmatic rather than based on generalities about
global education and 'peace education.' The book has essays on
international economic relations, cultural and linguistic
understanding, and the conflict on ideologies and value systems in
international affairs. Contributors examine traditional academic
methods as well as recent innovations. A historian-filmmaker
analyzes characteristic distortions of TV news and documentaries.
Appendices include sample textbook pages as well as a glossary,
maps, and an international time line from 1945 to present.
Contributors include William J. Bennett, Maurice A. East, Juliana
Geran Pilon, John P. Roche, Peter C. Rollins, and ten others.
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