Importance of Adult Education

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I READ many articles concerning after–the–War problems, but all are vague and not wholly convincing. At one time we had here in Colorado a Populist Party. It was a party of protests and for a time prospered, but it withered away because it had no adequate programme. Some wit wrote: “A Populist is a man who doesn't know what he wants, but wants it damned bad.”

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COCKERELL, T. Importance of Adult Education. Nature 148, 374–375 (1941) doi:10.1038/148374a0

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