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He would have had to do nothing except give permission for movies or radio serials to be built around his career and name. Be it said to his honor, he never did so.
During his governorship, one writer observed that "A blunt fact about Mr. Dewey should be faced: He is, unfortunately, one of the least seductive personalities in public life.
That he has made an excellent record as governor is indisputable. He also strongly supported the death penalty.
During his twelve years as governor, more than ninety people were electrocuted under New York authority. Among these were several of the mob-affiliated hitmen belonging to the murder-for-hire group Murder, Inc.
Lepke himself went to the chair in Dewey sought the Republican presidential nomination. He was considered the early favorite for the nomination, but his support ebbed in the late spring of , as World War II suddenly became much more dangerous for America.
Some Republican leaders considered Dewey to be too young he was only 38, just three years above the minimum age required by the US Constitution and too inexperienced to lead the nation in wartime.
As a result, many Republicans switched to Wendell Willkie , who was a decade older and supported aid to the Allies fighting Germany.
Willkie lost to Franklin D. Roosevelt in the general election. It was in that Dewey first clashed with Taft. Dewey became the leader of moderate-to-liberal Republicans, who were based in the Eastern states, while Taft became the leader of conservative Republicans who dominated most of the Midwest.
Their dispute pitted East against Midwest, city against countryside, internationalist against isolationist, pragmatic liberals against principled conservatives.
Each man thought himself the genuine spokesman of the future; each denounced the other as a political heretic. But they ought not to do it as Republicans.
However, in the speech Dewey added that the Republican Party believed in social progress "under a flourishing, competitive system of private enterprise where every human right is expanded Dewey was the frontrunner for the Republican nomination.
Bricker —both withdrew and Dewey was nominated almost unanimously. Dewey then made Bricker who was supported by Taft his running mate. This made Dewey the first presidential candidate to be born in the 20th century.
As of , he was also the youngest Republican presidential nominee. Dewey had considered including in his campaign a claim that Roosevelt knew ahead of time about the attack on Pearl Harbor ; with wording: Army General George C.
Marshall made a persistent effort to persuade Dewey not to touch this topic; Dewey eventually yielded.
He had polled In the Electoral College, Roosevelt defeated Dewey by a margin of to Dewey was the Republican candidate in the presidential election in which, in almost unanimous predictions by pollsters and the press, he was projected as the winner.
His running mate was California governor Earl Warren. Truman , the incumbent. Wallace , and Strom Thurmond , Dewey had seemed unstoppable.
Republicans figured that all they had to do to win was to avoid making any major mistakes, and as such Dewey did not take any risks.
He spoke in platitudes, trying to transcend politics. Speech after speech was filled with empty statements of the obvious, such as the famous quote: No presidential candidate in the future will be so inept that four of his major speeches can be boiled down to these historic four sentences: Our rivers are full of fish.
You cannot have freedom without liberty. Our future lies ahead. Part of the reason Dewey ran such a cautious, vague campaign came from his experience as a presidential candidate in In that election, Dewey felt that he had allowed Roosevelt to draw him into a partisan, verbal "mudslinging" match, and he believed that this had cost him votes.
As such, Dewey was convinced in to appear as non-partisan as possible, and to emphasize the positive aspects of his campaign while ignoring his opponent.
Dewey was not as conservative as the Republican-controlled 80th Congress, which also proved problematic for him. Truman tied Dewey to the "do-nothing" Congress.
Indeed, Dewey had successfully battled Taft and his conservatives for the nomination at the Republican Convention.
Taft had remained a non-interventionist even through the Second World War. Dewey was repeatedly urged by the right wing of his party to engage in red-baiting , but he refused.
Dewey did not run for president in , but he played a major role in securing the Republican nomination for General Dwight D. The campaign culminated in a climactic moment in the fierce rivalry between Dewey and Taft for control of the Republican Party.
Dewey played a key role in convincing Eisenhower to run against Taft. When Eisenhower became a candidate Dewey used his powerful political machine to win Eisenhower the support of delegates in New York and elsewhere.
Taft was an announced candidate and, given his age, he freely admitted would be his last chance to win the presidency.
In , when Eisenhower mulled not running for a second term, he suggested Dewey as his choice as successor, but party leaders made it plain that they would not entrust the nomination to Dewey yet again, and ultimately Eisenhower decided to run for re-election.
Dewey also played a major role that year in convincing Eisenhower to keep Nixon as his running mate; Eisenhower had considered dropping Nixon from the Republican ticket and picking someone he felt would be less partisan and controversial.
However, Dewey argued that dropping Nixon from the ticket would only anger Republican voters while winning Eisenhower few votes from the Democrats.
By the s, as the conservative wing assumed more and more power within the Republican Party, Dewey removed himself further and further from party matters.
Although closely identified with the Republican Party for virtually his entire adult life, Dewey was a close friend of Democratic Senator Hubert H.
In the mids, President Johnson tried to convince Dewey to accept positions on several government commissions, especially a national crime commission, which Johnson wanted Dewey to chair.
Dewey was twice offered the position of Chief Justice of the U. Eisenhower, and once by Richard Nixon in He declined the offer both times. Dewey first came to nationwide attention as the "gangbuster", becoming a household name in the U.
Dewey also expressed interest in work in the psychology of visual perception performed by Dartmouth research professor Adelbert Ames Jr.
He had great trouble with listening, however, because it is known Dewey could not distinguish musical pitches—in other words was tone deaf.
Dewey sometimes referred to his philosophy as instrumentalism rather than pragmatism , and would have recognized the similarity of these two schools to the newer school named consequentialism.
He defined with precise brevity the criterion of validity common to these three schools, which lack agreed-upon definitions:.
But in the proper interpretation of "pragmatic," namely the function of consequences as necessary tests of the validity of propositions, provided these consequences are operationally instituted and are such as to resolve the specific problem evoking the operations, the text that follows is thoroughly pragmatic.
His concern for precise definition led him to detailed analysis of careless word usage, reported in Knowing and the Known in The terminology problem in the fields of epistemology and logic is partially due, according to Dewey and Bentley,  to inefficient and imprecise use of words and concepts that reflect three historic levels of organization and presentation.
A series of characterizations of Transactions indicate the wide range of considerations involved. Dewey sees paradox in contemporary logical theory.
Proximate subject matter garners general agreement and advancement, while the ultimate subject matter of logic generates unremitting controversy.
In other words, he challenges confident logicians to answer the question of the truth of logical operators.
Do they function merely as abstractions e. The Theory of Inquiry He welcomes this changing of referents "in as far as it fixes attention upon the symbolic structure and content of propositions.
Yet Dewey was not entirely opposed to modern logical trends. Concerning traditional logic, he states:. Aristotelian logic, which still passes current nominally, is a logic based upon the idea that qualitative objects are existential in the fullest sense.
To retain logical principles based on this conception along with the acceptance of theories of existence and knowledge based on an opposite conception is not, to say the least, conductive to clearness—a consideration that has a good deal to do with existing dualism between traditional and the newer relational logics.
She converted me internally, but not really, I fear. I can see that I have always been interpreting dialectic wrong end up, the unity as the reconciliation of opposites, instead of the opposites as the unity in its growth, and thus translated the physical tension into a moral thing Not only is actual antagonizing bad, but the assumption that there is or may be antagonism is bad—in fact, the real first antagonism always comes back to the assumption.
It is, in accordance with his place in the Pragmatist tradition that emphasizes community, a study of the individual art object as embedded in and inextricable from the experiences of a local culture.
In the original illustrated edition, Dewey drew on the modern art and world cultures collection assembled by Albert C. Addams is unquestionably a maker of democratic community and pragmatic education; Dewey is just as unquestionably a reflector.
Through her work at Hull House, Addams discerned the shape of democracy as a mode of associated living and uncovered the outlines of an experimental approach to knowledge and understanding; Dewey analyzed and classified the social, psychological and educational processes Addams lived.
His leading views on democracy included: Second, he considered participation, not representation, the essence of democracy.
Third, he insisted on the harmony between democracy and the scientific method: Finally, Dewey called for extending democracy, conceived as an ethical project, from politics to industry and society".
On women he says, "You think too much of women in terms of sex. While knowing that traditional beliefs, customs, and practices needed to be examined in order to find out what worked and what needed improved upon, it was never done in a systematic way.
Persons do not become a society by living in physical proximity any more than a man ceases to be socially influenced by being so many feet or miles removed from others.
His work on democracy influenced B. Ambedkar , one of his students, who later became one of the founding fathers of independent India.
Several themes recur throughout these writings. Dewey continually argues that education and learning are social and interactive processes, and thus the school itself is a social institution through which social reform can and should take place.
In addition, he believed that students thrive in an environment where they are allowed to experience and interact with the curriculum, and all students should have the opportunity to take part in their own learning.
Dewey makes a strong case for the importance of education not only as a place to gain content knowledge, but also as a place to learn how to live.
He notes that "to prepare him for the future life means to give him command of himself; it means so to train him that he will have the full and ready use of all his capacities" My Pedagogic Creed , Dewey, In addition to helping students realize their full potential, Dewey goes on to acknowledge that education and schooling are instrumental in creating social change and reform.
He notes that "education is a regulation of the process of coming to share in the social consciousness; and that the adjustment of individual activity on the basis of this social consciousness is the only sure method of social reconstruction".
In addition to his ideas regarding what education is and what effect it should have on society, Dewey also had specific notions regarding how education should take place within the classroom.
In The Child and the Curriculum , Dewey discusses two major conflicting schools of thought regarding educational pedagogy. The first is centered on the curriculum and focuses almost solely on the subject matter to be taught.
Dewey argues that the major flaw in this methodology is the inactivity of the student; within this particular framework, "the child is simply the immature being who is to be matured; he is the superficial being who is to be deepened" , p.
At the same time, Dewey was alarmed by many of the "child-centered" excesses of educational-school pedagogues who claimed to be his followers, and he argued that too much reliance on the child could be equally detrimental to the learning process.
In this second school of thought, "we must take our stand with the child and our departure from him. It is he and not the subject-matter which determines both quality and quantity of learning" Dewey, , pp.
According to Dewey, the potential flaw in this line of thinking is that it minimizes the importance of the content as well as the role of the teacher.
In order to rectify this dilemma, Dewey advocated for an educational structure that strikes a balance between delivering knowledge while also taking into account the interests and experiences of the student.
He notes that "the child and the curriculum are simply two limits which define a single process. Just as two points define a straight line, so the present standpoint of the child and the facts and truths of studies define instruction" Dewey, , p.
It is through this reasoning that Dewey became one of the most famous proponents of hands-on learning or experiential education , which is related to, but not synonymous with experiential learning.
Dewey not only re-imagined the way that the learning process should take place, but also the role that the teacher should play within that process.
The works of John Dewey provide the most prolific examples of how this limited vocational view of education has been applied to both the K—12 public education system and to the teacher training schools who attempted to quickly produce proficient and practical teachers with a limited set of instructional and discipline-specific skills needed to meet the needs of the employer and demands of the workforce.
In The School and Society Dewey, and Democracy of Education Dewey, , Dewey claims that rather than preparing citizens for ethical participation in society, schools cultivate passive pupils via insistence upon mastery of facts and disciplining of bodies.
Rather than preparing students to be reflective, autonomous and ethical beings capable of arriving at social truths through critical and intersubjective discourse, schools prepare students for docile compliance with authoritarian work and political structures, discourage the pursuit of individual and communal inquiry, and perceive higher learning as a monopoly of the institution of education Dewey, ; For Dewey and his philosophical followers, education stifles individual autonomy when learners are taught that knowledge is transmitted in one direction, from the expert to the learner.
For Dewey, "The thing needful is improvement of education, not simply by turning out teachers who can do better the things that are not necessary to do, but rather by changing the conception of what constitutes education" Dewey, , p.
Rather, they may be viewed as internalized principles or habits which "work automatically, unconsciously" Dewey, , p.
As Dewey notes, this limited vocational view is also applied to teacher training schools who attempt to quickly produce proficient and practical teachers with a limited set of instructional and discipline skills needed to meet the needs of the employer and demands of the workforce Dewey, For Dewey, the school and the classroom teacher, as a workforce and provider of a social service, have a unique responsibility to produce psychological and social goods that will lead to both present and future social progress.
As Dewey notes, "The business of the teacher is to produce a higher standard of intelligence in the community, and the object of the public school system is to make as large as possible the number of those who possess this intelligence.
Skill, ability to act wisely and effectively in a great variety of occupations and situations, is a sign and a criterion of the degree of civilization that a society has reached.
It is the business of teachers to help in producing the many kinds of skill needed in contemporary life. If teachers are up to their work, they also aid in the production of character.
According to Dewey, the emphasis is placed on producing these attributes in children for use in their contemporary life because it is "impossible to foretell definitely just what civilization will be twenty years from now" Dewey, MPC, , p.
However, although Dewey is steadfast in his beliefs that education serves an immediate purpose Dewey, DRT, ; Dewey, MPC, ; Dewey, TTP, , he is not ignorant of the impact imparting these qualities of intelligence, skill, and character on young children in their present life will have on the future society.
While addressing the state of educative and economic affairs during a radio broadcast, Dewey linked the ensuing economic depression to a "lack of sufficient production of intelligence, skill, and character" Dewey, TAP, , p.
As Dewey notes, there is a lack of these goods in the present society and teachers have a responsibility to create them in their students, who, we can assume, will grow into the adults who will ultimately go on to participate in whatever industrial or economical civilization awaits them.
According to Dewey, the profession of the classroom teacher is to produce the intelligence, skill, and character within each student so that the democratic community is composed of citizens who can think, do and act intelligently and morally.
Dewey believed that the successful classroom teacher possesses a passion for knowledge and an intellectual curiosity in the materials and methods they teach.
According to Dewey, it is not that the "teacher ought to strive to be a high-class scholar in all the subjects he or she has to teach," rather, "a teacher ought to have an unusual love and aptitude in some one subject: The classroom teacher does not have to be a scholar in all subjects; rather, a genuine love in one will elicit a feel for genuine information and insight in all subjects taught.
In addition to this propensity for study into the subjects taught, the classroom teacher "is possessed by a recognition of the responsibility for the constant study of school room work, the constant study of children, of methods, of subject matter in its various adaptations to pupils" Dewey, PST, , p.
For Dewey, this desire for the lifelong pursuit of learning is inherent in other professions e. As Dewey notes, "this further study is not a side line but something which fits directly into the demands and opportunities of the vocation" Dewey, APT, , p.
For Dewey, it is not enough for the classroom teacher to be a lifelong learner of the techniques and subject-matter of education; she must aspire to share what she knows with others in her learning community.
The best indicator of teacher quality, according to Dewey, is the ability to watch and respond to the movement of the mind with keen awareness of the signs and quality of the responses he or her students exhibit with regard to the subject-matter presented Dewey, APT, ; Dewey, As Dewey notes, "I have often been asked how it was that some teachers who have never studied the art of teaching are still extraordinarily good teachers.
The explanation is simple. They have a quick, sure and unflagging sympathy with the operations and process of the minds they are in contact with.
Their own minds move in harmony with those of others, appreciating their difficulties, entering into their problems, sharing their intellectual victories" Dewey, APT, , p.
Such a teacher is genuinely aware of the complexities of this mind to mind transfer, and she has the intellectual fortitude to identify the successes and failures of this process, as well as how to appropriately reproduce or correct it in the future.
Perhaps the most important attributes, according to Dewey, are those personal inherent qualities which the teacher brings to the classroom. As Dewey notes, "no amount of learning or even of acquired pedagogical skill makes up for the deficiency" Dewey, TLS, p.
According to Dewey, the successful classroom teacher occupies an indispensable passion for promoting the intellectual growth of young children.
In addition, they know that their career, in comparison to other professions, entails stressful situations, long hours and limited financial reward; all of which have the potential to overcome their genuine love and sympathy for their students.
For Dewey, "One of the most depressing phases of the vocation is the number of care worn teachers one sees, with anxiety depicted on the lines of their faces, reflected in their strained high pitched voices and sharp manners.
While contact with the young is a privilege for some temperaments, it is a tax on others, and a tax which they do not bear up under very well.
And in some schools, there are too many pupils to a teacher, too many subjects to teach, and adjustments to pupils are made in a mechanical rather than a human way.
Human nature reacts against such unnatural conditions" Dewey, APT, , p. It is essential, according to Dewey, that the classroom teacher has the mental propensity to overcome the demands and stressors placed on them because the students can sense when their teacher is not genuinely invested in promoting their learning Dewey, PST, Such negative demeanors, according to Dewey, prevent children from pursuing their own propensities for learning and intellectual growth.
It can therefore be assumed that if teachers want their students to engage with the educational process and employ their natural curiosities for knowledge, teachers must be aware of how their reactions to young children and the stresses of teaching influence this process.
According to Dewey, teacher education programs must turn away from focusing on producing proficient practitioners because such practical skills related to instruction and discipline e.
As Dewey notes, "The teacher who leaves the professional school with power in managing a class of children may appear to superior advantage the first day, the first week, the first month, or even the first year, as compared with some other teacher who has a much more vital command of the psychology, logic and ethics of development.
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And with people trying to just enjoy an event, they cant because there just isnt enough moderation to hold down the rampant amounts of memers.
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