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A Marxist Pig Farmer in Kansas

  • John M. Elmore
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Abstract

John Sidney Lomax remains somewhat of an enigma to me. Although he was my grandfather and I spent my formative years investigating every square inch of his eighty-acre pig farm in Ottawa county Kansas, to fully understand the nuances of the man and to fully comprehend his political inclinations is now unattainable.

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Future Teacher Critical Consciousness Department Chair Teacher Preparation Program Critical Pedagogy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • John M. Elmore
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  1. 1.West Chester University of PennsylvaniaPennsylvania

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