Letters, Dec. 19, 1932

'Now Listen, Youse Guys"

Sirs:

As a commentary on the proceedings of the National Council of Teachers of English (TIME, Tov. 14), allow me to submit the enclosed account of the meeting, written by one who was lot there. Any slight deviations from accuracy in the report will, of course, be interpreted as icing strictly in keeping with the spirit of the S. C. T. E., which, one infers from TIME'S account, positively wallows in error.

HUGH KING WRIGHT

Lawrenceville, N. J.

THE "REPORT" :

HOW ENGLISH HAD OUGHT TO BE TAUGHT

The teachers assembled, they're...

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