Sacramento teacher's classroom taxes provoke modern-day mini-rebellion

U.S. history teacher Emililo Moran at Natomas Middle School outraged students and parents after he passed out a list of classroom levies that included charging students $10 for their desks and $1 for hall passes. He later explained that his bogus handout was a teaching tool designed to provoke in students an outrage similar to that of the colonists over taxation without representation.

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