Letters: Sep. 26, 1927

Friendly Teacher

Sirs:

. . . Recently one schoolteacher said she would do her worst to hurt TIME in the opinion of others. I am sure that there are many of us who boost TIME as much as possible, and who see to it that those under our care have the chance to see all its good points.

Several times I have been on the verge of writing to TIME to ask if it would be possible to follow the names of great men or places unfamiliar to schoolchildren with the pronunciation. This would be very...

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