Inequality and Equality in Education "Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen?"(Mill 172). John Stewart Mill, British philosopher espoused the value that in the education of its citizenry, the society can gain solidity and strength. The education of the populace is not only the responsibility of the state, it is a necessity. Through education, the society can utilize its collective potential, and maximize its effectiveness. Two great minds, John Stuart Mill of England, and Frederick Douglass of the United States verified the theoretical premise that only through the education of the populace can the individuals of...The end:
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