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The East and the West in the War and the Peace


by John L. Childs 1942

If democracy is to win this war, it must also win the peace. That means putting at the head of all of our directing governmental agencies leaders who share the longing of the common man for a world of peace, abundance, and security. To get that kind of result from the war will require basic changes in our attitudes and relationships in our dealings with the people of the East. These changes are discussed.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 44 Number 2, 1942, p. 84-91
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9183, Date Accessed: 12/16/2017 12:21:02 AM

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  • John Childs
    Professor of Education, Teachers College
    Professor JOHN L. CHILDS, whose article on "The East and the West in the War and the Peace" is included in this issue, was engaged in college work in Peking, China, from 1916 to 1927 as a foreign secretary of the National Council of the YMCA. The National Government of China conferred upon him the Order of the Abundant Harvest for his work in famine relief in 1921. At present he is chairman of the National Commission of the American Federation of Teachers on "Education and the Problems of the War and the Peace."
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