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This talk concerning The Importance of Arts in Education was delivered at Westminster College on March 23, 2009. My personal favorite part of the talk was revealing the percentage of GNP the arts represent---a real sabot for that certain kind of philistine social (and economic) conservative who wants to crush arts funding in schools. For that individual, here's an economic argument that almost sounds like an artifact of some capitalist Utopia. Considering we don't produce much in the U.S. anymore---the legacy of Bretton-Woods---at least we still export the arts.
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