February 23, 1983
Vol. 02, Issue 22
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PAGE 18 - Commentary
The security of a free Constitution, George Washington told Congress in his first annual address, depended upon an educated citizenry.
"We are living through a revolution in our times that represents the most fundamental change in education since the rise of popular school systems during the 19th century."
PAGE 24 - Commentary
The future of our society depends absolutely on the broad development of all our people, and especially of our children, irrespective of race, sex, economic status, or any other consideration.
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