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, Brenda Bell, John Gaventa, and John Peters 1922, We Make the Road by Walking, Temple University Press,Philadelphia
Myles Horton and Paulo Freire knew about each other more than twenty years ago. Paulo read part of the growing literature about Myles and Highlander, and Myles read Paulo's early works. Both men explained to their admirers how their ideas were similar and how they were different. The two actually talked with each other for the first time in 1973, when asked to participate in an adult education conference held in Chicago. They met again in similar circumstances in New York and California and at a conference in Nicaragua. But these meetings were for other people and other occasions, affording Myles and Paulo little opportunity to confirm what each had grown to believe about the other man and his ideas. However, when they met at a conference in California in the summer of 1987, the time had come for them to talk, to explore ideas, to get to know one another-really know each other. It was also time to let the world in on what each man, whose work was already well known, had to say to each other.
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