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- adjective Without a
school, or not having attended school.
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But that system of ignorance, illiteracy, schoolless children, young people without opportunities, had nothing at all human about it.
Did the social system before have the ideal teacher when it left more than 600,000 children schoolless?
We were too young and full of hope for fear or regret, but not too young to look forward with eager enthusiasm to the wonderful schoolless bookless American wilderness.
Whatever she might have been naturally, -- what ever of beauty or of good there might have been in the womanly nature within her, -- lay wholly withered and eclipsed under the force of an education churchless, schoolless, with all the vices of civilization without its refinements,
It has sought to make the world believe that what happened in Nicaragua and what is happening in El Salvador and Guatemala is not the result of decades of growing protests and of uninterrupted struggles in which the hungry peoples -- the disdainfully called banana republics -- weary of so much tyranny, exploitation and humiliation, the landless peasants, the hungry and jobless men and women, and even the schoolless adolescents rise to claim for justice, but that all this is rather the consequence of a grim design in which Moscow through Cuba would manipulate these peoples.