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Whither Schools in Britain: England Can Teach America


by Frederick L. Redefer - 1943

IN ENGLAND THERE IS TREMENDOUS interest in the peace among the common people. The rationing of food and clothing, longer hours of work, after-hour duties on the Home Front, higher taxes, queue lines for buses, newspapers and the simplest necessities of life are borne with a minimum of complaint or wrangling because they are the price that Englishmen are willing to pay to beat "Jerry." But for the price of war sacrifices, the common man of England will demand a better country, better wages and better living in the post-war era. I heard such statements in pubs and restaurants, in railway trains and in private homes.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 10 Number 80, 1943, p. 50-52
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14455, Date Accessed: 8/10/2020 1:41:37 AM

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