Why stop learning?
Includes excerpts from Why Stop Learning and a reprint of an editorial by the National Community Foundation "commenting on its plan that seeks to solve the problem suggested by Dorothy Canfield" which appeared in The Evening World on February 25, 1927 -- [p. 5]
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