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Logic is a mystery subject. No one knows how to teach it. We’ve seen this need among homeschoolers for a long time. We didn’t know enough about how to teach it ourselves, especially in the upper grades.
The lack of self-teaching materials has been the greatest difficulty. Until recently we were only confident in recommending the book we first used to learn logic, Critical Thinking, by Anita Harnadek. We did not know of other materials which were truly self-teaching. But recently, I decided to make an aggressive search for more good logic books. I reviewed all of the logic materials currently available to homeschoolers, including some other texts which I found over the Internet and through recommendations from logic professors.
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