Interview with Rev John Weaver - EC396

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[Rushdoony] Good. That is an interesting phenomenon. Ian Hodge who was here and we taped him about a week and a half ago said that public educator in Australia, Queensland, told him that the fastest growing movement in the world in the sphere of education was the home school movement. Even in out of the way places all over the world. It is proliferating. I have mentioned before and I am delighted to have the opportunity to mention again, but this year I have spoken at three California home school conventions. Mark and I went down to the one in Anaheim and for that alone, I don’t know what the final count was, but when Mark checked they told him it was not over yet, that is the registration, it was over 8000 in they expected maybe 10,000. That was one of the three at which I spoke and I don’t know how many more there were. I know there was a fourth one in Modesto and the newspaper said there were over 2000 there. So it is a phenomenally growing movement. <audiopointer>52:02</audiopointer>
 
[Rushdoony] Good. That is an interesting phenomenon. Ian Hodge who was here and we taped him about a week and a half ago said that public educator in Australia, Queensland, told him that the fastest growing movement in the world in the sphere of education was the home school movement. Even in out of the way places all over the world. It is proliferating. I have mentioned before and I am delighted to have the opportunity to mention again, but this year I have spoken at three California home school conventions. Mark and I went down to the one in Anaheim and for that alone, I don’t know what the final count was, but when Mark checked they told him it was not over yet, that is the registration, it was over 8000 in they expected maybe 10,000. That was one of the three at which I spoke and I don’t know how many more there were. I know there was a fourth one in Modesto and the newspaper said there were over 2000 there. So it is a phenomenally growing movement. <audiopointer>52:02</audiopointer>
  
==[Weaver] Well, it is really strong in Georgia as well...==
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==[Weaver] Well, it is really strong in Georgia as well==
  
 
[Weaver] Well, it is really strong in Georgia as well and so I am not sure about the other southern states. I know they are just from going around there, but living in Georgia, there are home schoolers everywhere.
 
[Weaver] Well, it is really strong in Georgia as well and so I am not sure about the other southern states. I know they are just from going around there, but living in Georgia, there are home schoolers everywhere.

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