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The Pride of Homeschooling

(October 17, 2016 12:41 AM, by Bryan Caplan) I finally got my hands on the script for Captain Fantastic, and can now share my favorite scene. Subtle it's not, but for me, awesome always beats subtle. The stage: Homeschooling dad Captain Fantastic and his six kids are visiting... (0 COMMENTS)
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