Education: Wise

A wise woman, with fine clothes to strut, makes for the most famous avenue within reach. A wise man, with fine theories to air, hies him to the most important conference or institute that will admit him.

Last week at Williamstown, Mass., wise men talked, wise men disputed. The fair mountain atmosphere was charged with theories. This was as the founders of the Institute of International Politics had intended. Open discussion is good for the understanding. But the public was perplexed, as it usually is when wise men disagree.

Dr. William S. Culbertson,...

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