Education and National Life 1


    ONE of the rare and valuable fruits of the sanguinary struggle in which the civilised nations of the world have been engaged since the summer of 1914 is to be found in the awakening of the public mind, at least in this country, to the consideration of the causes which provoked it, and in the disposition to search out the remedies which in the future will make such convulsions impossible of occurrence.

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    Education and National Life 1 . Nature 102, 453 (1919).

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