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Five life lessons from “56 Up”

Jeremy Adam Smith, Editor, Greater Good Magazine | March 12, 2013

The film critic Roger Ebert famously called the “Up” series “an inspired, even noble, use of the film medium.” It started in 1964, when the British TV program World in Action profiled 14 seven year olds with the aim of discovering how social class shaped their worldviews. There was no intention of going beyond that … Continue reading »