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“Education, of the kind which is of any practical value in the government of a nation, means the teaching of human motives, of humanizing ideas, of some system whereby the majority of electors can distinguish the qualities of honesty and common-sense in the candidate they wish to elect. I do not pretend to say what that system may be, but I assert that no education which does not lead to that kind of knowledge is of any practical use to the voting majority of a constitutionally governed country.”-F. M. Crawford.
Saxon AND MEDIEVAL ENGLAND
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