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Caribbean Journal of Education

Violence in Our Schools - Historical and Comparative Perspectives

99 - 112
Publication Date: 
September 2001

The editor of the Jamaica Journal of Education and Teachers' A id, in an issue published in August 1909, included the story of a certain squire who had violent objections to anyone invading his pew. On one occa­sion, at the conclusion of a service, he went to the vicar and complained bitterly of a stranger who had unknowingly intruded. It was a very large pew and the only occupants had been the squire and the unwelcome visitor. 

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