Education: Pixleyism

A class of high-school seniors in Los Angeles took a pledge to give the Golden Rule a ten-day trial at home. Their families were not to know anything about it. When the ten days were up, the Golden Rulers reported their triumphs.

"At first," wrote one boy, "I was just waiting for the ten days to be up so I could knock the socks off my sister. But as the days went on, I started to think differently. My parents were amazed I could be so generous and thoughtful." In another school, a little girl who had been fiercely anti-Japanese wrote...

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