American Education and Democracy
by William F. Russell - 1928
OUR government Mercedes, the royal coat of arms proudly painted on its side, has ceased from its hurried journey over the roughly cobbled remains of Balkan military roads.1 With the help of a huge fence rail from a near-by field, three peasants are struggling to keep its weight off the axles, while our chauffeur calmly replaces a broken spring. Our delay is likely to last for some time. Here is our chance to look around.
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