Fascinating material from Jeroen Staring and co-authors describing the inter-weaving paths of Margaret Naumburg, Irene Tasker, Ethel Webb and F. M. Alexander in the context of the Walden School (which, of the foregoing individuals, was most closely associated with Margaret Naumburg). The authors touch on Alexander's critique of 'free expression' in Man's Supreme Inheritance and the responses to that critique.
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