Education Versus College Entrance Requirements
by Henry W. Holmes — 1907
Democracy has mot yet revealed its full meaning. The grounds of the democratic faith lie too deep to be patent; with every fresh study of them comes new insight into their profundity, and with every attempted application a new conception of their logical effects. We have recently seen the insurance companies taught the lesson of democratic responsibility; the railroads and the packers are studying the same text; and it would seem that holders of colossal fortunes may soon be forced to think carefully about the nature of private property in a democratic society. "Mutualization" is a sign of the times, pointing into untraveled depths of democratic theory.
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