Book review: Baruch B. Schwarz and Michael J. Baker (Eds) (Foreword by L. B. Resnick with F. Schantz) (2017) Dialogue, Argumentation and Education: History, Theory and Practice

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I am grateful to Jenn Czocher for providing many helpful comments on an earlier draft of this review.

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Weber, K. Book review: Baruch B. Schwarz and Michael J. Baker (Eds) (Foreword by L. B. Resnick with F. Schantz) (2017) Dialogue, Argumentation and Education: History, Theory and Practice . Educ Stud Math 97, 111–118 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10649-017-9780-5

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