Letters, Dec. 17, 1945

Education the Cure-All?


. . Your Letters section is filled these days with the buzz of servicemen condemning the brutally wanton way in which many G.I.s are conducting themselves abroad. People write to you and seriously nominate fellows like Senator Bilbo and Colonel McCormick as Man of the Year. And so it goes. . . .

Apparently it seldom occurs to anyone but the N.E.A. and a few others that the cure for all this ignorance is education; . . . that in order to have an educational program compatible with a high standard of living and a high standard of democracy, adequate...

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