The Society of Friends Vindicated: Being the Arguments of the Counsel of Joseph Hendrickson, in a Cause Decided in the Court of Chancery of the State of New Jersey, Between Thomas L. Shotwell, Complainant, and Joseph Hendrickson and Stacy Decow, Defendant

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George Wood has been principal of Federal Hocking High School in Stewart, Ohio, since 1992 and is also director of The Forum for Education and Democracy (). He is coeditor, with Deborah Meier, of (2004) as well as the author of Schools that Work (1994) and numerous essays and articles on education and democracy. He lives in Amesville, Ohio, and is married to Marcia Burchby, who is a kindergarten teacher. They are the parents of two FHHS graduates, Michael (2000) and John (2005), and the foster parent of another, Ivan (1996).

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