by Beulah I. Coon - 1943
Never was there a more important time to ask ourselves what kind of a world we want. Even in the midst of disaster, both the immediate and the future needs of young people must be considered for they are the future. Upon them depends the preservation or the loss of those values we hold most dear. Today's youth and children deserve and must have the best preparation they can be given for living in the future world. When we do something to make a better, happier home life possible, we are reaching out and touching the future of America.
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