Resilience in the AESA During the Last Decades of the Twentieth Century.

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      I belonged to several professional organizations during my career. The AESA was the one in which I engaged most deeply with people from other disciplines than my own. Through those discussions, my ideas about education developed most fully. I thank you all for that. This article explains some of what I, and others, experienced during the years of conservative reaction to both the Civil Rights Movement and the Second Women's Movement following the 1980 election of Ronald Reagan as President of the United States. I hope my ideas may prove useful to you, today. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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