Education: Disturbing Omission

As a onetime president of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and a top Protestant layman, Ohio's Charles P. Taft has long believed that Protestants should find a way to fill a major gap in the public-school curriculum. Last week Lawyer Taft (brother of the Senate's Mr. Republican) made his point before a meeting of the Warren (Ohio) Citizens Commission for the Public Schools :

"The most important element that we take into our life work is the value system by which we live. For those of us who base...

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