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from the students and recent graduates of our high schools. These schools have been much criticized, perhaps with some reason, for failing to fit for business or for industrial life; but they have now justified themselves gloriously. Even more than any admirer had claimed, they have proved that they have given to American youth a true sense of world values, a fine, robust idealism, and a nobly quiet readiness to live or die for those ideals, – to do their bit for world-righteousness. To the youth so trained in those schools, and now embattled in the mighty conflict “to save democracy,” I humbly dedicate this book.
WILLIS Mason WEST. WINDAGO FARM,
The present reprint of this book contains changes and additions bringing it down to date.
W. M. W.