Page 148 First sentence after indented quote should read: "Even as a boy, while I" Also at end of same sentence, delete the word "far" In the next sentence, delete "comma" and insert a "period" after "men."
Page 151 Under heading "Managerial Utopia " indent line beginning with "On the contrary,". In same paragraph 2, line 1, after the word "accomplished" add "to the degree they have been"
Paragraph 3, line 2, after "our affluence is built on schooling" add parenthetical text as follows: (and entrepreneurial freedom, too, of course, for those libertarian enough to seize it.)
Combine paragraphs 2 and 3 into single paragraph.
Page 155 Paragraph 4, line 7, "Rockefellers's" should be "Rockefeller's"
Page 172 Paragraph 1, line 1, new footnote 1 replaces existing one and footnote indicator 1 is placed after "Management". New footnote reads as follows: The actual term "scientific management" was created by famous lawyer Louis Brandeis in 1910 for the Interstate Commerce Commission rate hearings. Brandeis understood thoroughly how a clever phrase could control public imagination.
Paragraph 1, line 1, "1907" should read "1911 " and 34 "years" should read "39 years"
Footnote 2, at end of last sentence, add new sentence: "Behind his back, Taylor ran Gilbreth down as a "fakir."
Page 173 Between indented quotes replace entire line beginning with "Consider Taylor" so it reads: The incident described above is, incidentally, a fabrication. There was no Schmidt except in Taylor's mind, just as there was no close observation of Prussian schools by Mann. Below, he testifies before Congress in 1912:
Paragraph after indents, line 1, "Pearson" should read "Person"
Page 175 Paragraph 2, line 1, "italics" deleted from "Committee of Ten"
Page 181 Line 4, additional text has been added and should read:
Herbert Spencer embodies this attitude, albeit unambiguously. For Spencer, Darwinian evolution promised rights only to the strong. It is well to keep in mind that his brief for liberty masks a rigorously exclusionary philosophy, particularly when he sounds most like Thomas Paine. The first and second amendments of our own constitution illustrate just how far this freedom process could carry. Say what you please before God and Man; protect yourself with a gun if need be from government interference.
Paragraph 1, the indented quote is now incorporated into the paragraph, and with various additions and deletions, now reads:
Spencer was the reigning British philosopher from 1870 to 1900. In the Westminster Review of January, 1890, he wrote: "The welfare of citizens cannot rightly be sacrificed to some supposed benefit of the State, the State is to be maintained solely for the benefit of citizens.* The corporate life in society must be subservient to the lives of its parts, instead of the lives of the parts being subservient to the corporate life." Spencer had an even greater vogue in America, influencing every intellectual from Walt Whitman to John Dewey and becoming the darling of corporate business. Early in 1882 a monumental dinner in his honor was given by the great and powerful who gathered to hear scientific proof of Anglo-Saxon fitness for ruleand a brief for moral relativism. This dinner and its implications set the standard for twentieth-century management, including the management of schooling. A clear appraisal of the fateful meal and its resonance is given in E. Digby Baltzell's The Protestant Establishment, a well-bred look at the resurgence of the Anglican outlook in America.
Footnote 9, "descendents" should be "descendants"
*Footnote 10, with revision to text, this footnote now reads: Contrast this with John F. Kennedy's "Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country" Inaugural of 1960 which measured the distance we had retreated since the Civil War. It's useful to remember, however, that Spencer reserved these feelings only for the Elect.
Page 183 Under heading "The Open Conspiracy", paragraph 3, line 1, replace "attended" with "spent time there"
line 5 "Theodore" should read "Theodor"
lines 5 and 6 should now read:Theodor Adorno, an important if barely visible avatar of the therapeutic state, and a one-time eminence at Tavistock, traveled the Fabian road as well.
Page 189 Paragraph 2, line 4, "incumbent, John P. Mitchel," should now read as: "incumbent, 35-year-old John Purroy Mitchel,"
Paragraph 2, line 7, "Mitchell" should read "Mitchel"
Page 191 Paragraph 5, last line, "Government" should read "government"
Page 192 Paragraph 1, line 3, "Magazine" should read "magazine"
Page 200 Paragraph 1, line 3, "boccie" should read "bocce"
Page 204 Paragraph 2, line 1, should read: And you should have to live near the school where you teach.
Page 206 Paragraph 5, line 4, "commingled" should read "co-mingled"
Page 207 In space after first paragraph, add the following:
[Interlude while the lump in my throat subsides]
Page 208 Paragraph 2, next to last line, "Ursaline" should be "Ursuline"
Page 209 Paragraph 1, line 5 following the words "carefully indoctrinated," add ",I think,"
Paragraph 5, line 1, "Ursalines" should be "Ursulines"
Page 210 Paragraph 2, line 4, "Ursaline" should be "Ursuline"
Footnote 1, last line,"See the Chapter," should read "See Chapter 14,"
Page 212 Under heading "Principles", paragraph 1, last line, "past" should read "pass"
Page 213 In large white space at top of page, there should read a New Heading,
Frances "Bootie" Zimmer
Page 214 Paragraph 7, last line, delete word "I"