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A Liberal Looks at Life

by George S. Counts, Lewis Corey, Jerry Voorhis & Roger N. Baldwin - 1941

How have the happenings of the past years affected ideas and values? What changes in position has the world of events made necessary? Four well-known Men of ideas and of action have been asked to make a re-assessment and re-appraisal of their position. In writing his article, each author was asked to keep these five questions in mind: 1. How do you today view the relation of your sphere of interest to politics, broadly conceived? 2. What do you reject today which once you put confidence in? 3. What do you emphasize today in your thinking which once you minimized? 4. Looking back, what seem to be the enduring aspects in your thinking? 5. What are the values today for which you are most willing to take a stand?

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 7 Number 62, 1941, p. 231-236
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14215, Date Accessed: 9/21/2020 2:54:56 AM

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