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EP128: Butch Hartman Drew My Childhood and Harvard's President Believed Books, Not Schooling, Were the Key To Education

EP128: Butch Hartman Drew My Childhood and Harvard's President Believed Books, Not Schooling, Were the Key To Education

Update: 2021-11-26
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On this episode of Our American Stories, meet Butch Hartman, creator of Fairly Odd Parents, Danny Phantom, and so much more and hear how he went from the snowy shores of Michigan to the sunny coast of SoCal; and Jon Elfner helps tell the story behind Harvard president Charles Eliot's claim that "all a man needs for a good education is a 5-foot bookshelf" and what came to be known as "The Harvard Classics."

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00:00 - Butch Hartman Drew My Childhood

23:00 - Harvard's President Believed Books, Not Schooling, Were the Key To Education

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EP128: Butch Hartman Drew My Childhood and Harvard's President Believed Books, Not Schooling, Were the Key To Education

EP128: Butch Hartman Drew My Childhood and Harvard's President Believed Books, Not Schooling, Were the Key To Education

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