Teaching Patriotism in Time of War - Part II

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As the United States moves closer to war with Iraq, educators are taking different approaches to teaching what it means to be a patriot. In the conclusion to Morning Edition's "Citizen Student" series on civics education, NPR's Margot Adler moderates a Justice Talking debate between scholars who disagree on how — or if — American schools should teach patriotism.

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