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welcoming such dependency: "consumernsocieties tend to flaccidity, tonleading people into 'letting them do it,'nto handing things over increasingly tonprofessionals." Hoggart connects thendrift of our culture with education as henexposes the gap between our rhetoric andnour deeds by noting: "adult education isnabout the responsibility of the individualnbefore that of the . . .

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