The Library and the Study Program
by Maxie N. Woodring & Grace L. Aldrich — 1933
Grandfather, as a boy in school, had one book for a text and the teacher questioned him on its contents. His only con cern was to be able, after reading his assignment, to answer the ques tions asked. His progress in learning was frequently marked by the number of the page to which he had advanced. That he had fin ished Quackenbos' History of the United States was guarantee of sufficient knowledge of our history. He needs trouble about no other book containing a different view or version. Facts were facts and were to be memorized as such.
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