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What are the steps in Maslow's hierarchy of needs?
Maslow conjectured that no one can learn anything useful until they have their basic needs for survival met. This explains why there was little learning going on before Cable Television was invented.

The needs that must be fulfilled are the following: 1. wrapped, prepared foods, 2. vibrating beds or massage units, 3. bright-colored, loose-fitting clothing, 4. cars with bass speakers, 5. gathering places for fun and sports.

Maslow said that when any one of these 5 needs are denied, no education can take place. All 5 must be available for education and schooling to succeed.

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Melville Dewey

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