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Multiple Intelligences and Waldorf Education
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September 16, 2015
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In response to the First World War, Rudolph Steiner, a well-known instructor in Europe, travelled to many cities giving lectures to the working class on his vision for cooperation among the cultural, economic, and governmental spheres of society. Following his lectures at the Waldorf Astoria Cigarette factory in Stuttgart, Germany, the workers asked him how their children could grow up free of the cultural deprivation that they had suffered.


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