Education: Building America

In U. S. classrooms, textbooks are anywhere from one to 20 years behind the times. Gratified were many secondary educators, therefore, when last spring an able pamphlet on Steel, vivid in text and photographs, was rushed to students almost at the hour when U. S. Steel historically signed a labor contract with C. I. O. As President Roosevelt was being elected for a second term and preparing to unlimber his Supreme Court reorganization plan, an equally vivid exposition of Our Constitution and the Court was appropriately made available. Both pamphlets were issues of Building America, "a photographic magazine of modern problems,"...

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