Education: Bias Best

Before the conference of Anglo-American historians, meeting last week in London, went Premier Stanley Baldwin of Britain to welcome them and to enunciate a Tory view of historical writing that caused a flurry of international comment, mostly favorable. Said Mr. Baldwin: "I am quite sure that if you try to bring up youth on entirely unbiased history he will never read it. I prefer my own method of getting a vivid picture first and correcting it afterwards; because, generally speaking, you do not want to be fair until you are grown up....

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