When the Prussian government implemented the first truancy laws in the early 1800s, they had to march crying children away from their families at the point of a bayonet. So why the application of such force? Was it because the State needed its docile taxpayers and useful idiots? With ruthless efficiency, the Prussian state decided […]
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