Creative America: Can She Begin Again?
by Harold Rugg - no date entered
AS THE first issue of our new FRONTIERS OF DEMOCRACY goes to press I suggest four ideas for our agenda of documentation and criticism: (1) potential plenty; (2) the sustained-yield principle; (3) control—efficient, yet democratic; (4) creative expression and appreciation. To me these concepts constitute the crux of both social and educational reconstruction. They really state The American Problem: that is, to build on this continent the civilization of abundance, democracy, and integrity of expression that is now potentially available. These four ideas I would "teach" from the cradle to the grave.
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