AbstractThe Spring 1968 issue of this Journal carried some correspondence between the Editor and Mr. A. S. Neill, founder and director of Summerhill School. In one of his letters, Mr. Neill referred en passant to teachers as "the deadest people in the world." This prompted a response.
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