Education: In Brooklyn

Brooklyn, a borough of New York City, hasas populous and bustling an industrial section as any city on this continent, but over its residential district, over drowsing brown stone-fronted streets lingers the breath of a vanished century. Thevchurches on many corners, the winking brass bell knobs on front doors, the window-boxes and plush curtains, all speak of a civic pride that clings anxiously to dwindling incunabula. It is not a matter of tradition, for most of the old families have moved to Manhattan. "Foreigners" and their blowsy women cook goulash and whip children...

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