## The Development of the Idea of Unified Mathematics in the Secondary School Curriculum, 1890-1930, Volume 2 |

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**seemed**to end here . It was apparent that they were resulting in name calling . However many aspects of the disagree- ments had been brought in the open . It was clearly indicated all through the debates how strongly both sides felt ...Page 342

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**seemed**to be aware that there was no conclusive evidence to prove the point ore way or another . The disciplinarians claimed that so long as nothing had been proven to the contrary there was no need for change . On the other hand , the ...Page 360

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**seemed**little more than an attempt to add new and increased vitality to the familiar , and perhaps failing , idea of unified mathe- matics . Myers , champion of the earlier attempts at uni- fied mathematics , delivered the main address ...### Common terms and phrases

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