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That was not at all the impression we wished to create, and it is with a view to correcting it that we attempt a brief general survey of the non- political subjects and their place in a curriculum which took politics as its centre.- "The School and the World", Victor Gollancz and David Somervell.
- "A Girl's Student Days and After", Jeannette Marks Commentator: Mary Emma Woolley.
Spiritualism, which is here used as a comprehensive term, frequently confuses the deliberations of honest truth- seekers with the advertised works of deceivers, but it includes much in its curriculum that is worth careful study.- "Praying for Money", Russell H. Conwell.