Education: Schools v. Reds

It has long been a grave question whether any government, not too strong for the liberties of its people, can be strong enough to maintain its existence in great emergencies.

So said Abraham Lincoln in a great emergency in 1864. In the great emergency that faced the U. S. people last week, it was clear that their Government had not yet become too strong for their liberties. But straws showed a rising gale, a growing disposition of men in and out of Government to question whether democracy could afford all its liberties, a disposition...

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