Education: Mothers v. Curdlers

A group of mothers in Scarsdale, N. Y. last week set out to do something about the radio programs to which their children listen. They had no new kind of program to suggest but they bitterly declared that present programs "shatter nerves, stimulate emotions of horror, and teach bad grammar." They put their case before that great pedagogical clearing house, Teachers College at Columbia University. They got the United Parents Association to put mental hygienists on the subject. They voted, and took votes among their children, on their preferences among radio-broadcasts aired...

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