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Number Six on the Boulevard Sreten-sky in Moscow is the People's Commissariat for Education. There excited Russians are awaiting this week the coming of a great U. S. citizen who is chiefly famed on other Continents—John Dewey.
Of him a sportive and popular Teuton savant, Count Hermann Keyserling,* has said: "The two contributions of America to world culture are Professor Dewey and Negro jazz."
In contrast to that flippant view, which nonetheless expresses the esteem of Europeans for Professor Dewey, is another statement. It...