Education: I'm Agin You

In the Hobby Club of Bellingham, Wash, one day six years ago, a big, solidly built, well-dressed educator named Charles Henry Fisher suddenly remarked: "If I had money I would invest it in Soviet bonds. They are paying 7%." The manager of Bellingham's Herald, angular old Frank Sefrit, turned fierce eyes on him and barked: "That's the most radical statement I have ever heard made in this club:" Tapping the educator on the chest, he added ominously: "Fisher, I'm agin you and I hope you know what that means." By last week it meant...

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