Fact or Forster;Letter

1st October 1999 at 01:00
AT THE risk of sounding pedantic, when Christopher Lee says "I suppose there is no point in going back to Foster..." are we to take it that he means WE Forster (author of the 1870 Education Act) or has he someone else in mind?

David Limond

School of education

University College Northampton

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