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Essentials of Education for a People's Peace


by B. Othanel Smith - 1943

A TRANQUIL WORLD CANNOT BE established once and for all at a conference table. Although what is done at the peace parley is extremely important, peace can be maintained only, by the creative use of the years that come after the victory. Since peace is no more dependent upon immediate political action than upon the shape we give to future domestic and foreign policies, the schools can make a significant contribution to the continued peace of the world by making the struggle for universal peace a central theme of mass education. This can be done effectively only if the character of the times is clearly sensed and used in shaping the educational program.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 10 Number 79, 1943, p. 27-28
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14448, Date Accessed: 12/11/2019 3:56:08 AM

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