Education: Too Darned Docile

Last week while scientists were reporting their researches in Boston and economists were airing their views in Philadelphia, college students earnest enough to spend their holiday discussing Problems swarmed to Washington. Reds and Pinks (National Student League, League for Industrial Democracy) arrived early, as usual got the most press attention by making the most noise. They marched 300-strong to the White House, to serve notice on Presidential Secretary Louis McHenry Howe that they would fight in no Capitalist war.

Preponderant mass of conservative U. S. student opinion was represented by the National...

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