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=Volume 4 February-March 1934 Niumber 2
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S FRIDAXg MARCH 2,1934
5 ~~~America today faces a choice b-etween the child and the
dollar. It cannbt'afford not to put the child first. Any
other policy destroys pro The firt-and last test of '
-the statesman is his atittude -tow'ara education. If 'h.e=
c~annot mheetthat t6A he ha's' no place in public life. Only=
.'as the schools move for4ard today can government, in-
dus.=y and the standard of living ove f orward to- =
morroW. - 5
S ~~A NATION'S CNENOVER EDUCATION MEAS-
__ ~~~URES ITS INTEREST IN ITS OWN FUTURE
=EO p. Child"
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:1 ~'A Eqa Aedricatoday facsppcoieeubltween Eher Kehildcan Child"