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National Reconstruction

    Naturevolume 98pages370372 (1917) | Download Citation



    IT is not too much to say that of all the subjects which claim careful consideration at the present time of discussion as to Imperial reconstruction, none is more important than education. It is true that the consequences of any change for the better or worse in educational matters will affect more directly the next generation than the present, but the clarification of men's minds and the settlement of a course of action in this direction are urgently desirable. For it is evident that opinion is still much divided as to the aims which ought to be kept in view, and until such divisions are practically healed the present wasteful conflict will go on.

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