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WALTER
I see you got all the time - with the books tucked under your arm - going to your (British A - mimic) "clahsses." And for what? What the hell you learning over there? Filling up your heads - (counting off on his fingers)- with the sociology and the psychology -- but they teaching you how to be a man? How to take over and run the world? They teaching you haow to run a rubber plantation or a steel mill? Naw - just to talk proper and read books and wear white shoes . . . (Hansberry 2:1)

The above excerpt reveals that Walter has all of the following thoughts about education EXCEPT

A

Education should have an important focus on arts and culture.

B

Education should focus on practical knowledge.

C

Education is used to separate social classes.

D

Education involves some assimilation into white culture.

E

Education produces a pretentious attitude in people.

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