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As to Class Teaching
Perhaps there never was a time in the history of our movement when the matter of class teaching should be more sacredly considered or carefully guarded than at present. The teacher arranging for a class should carefully investigate the character and purpose of every applicant, so as to guard against the possibility of fraud and imposition on the part of the applicant.
More than ever before spies will be hired by the enemies of the cause to get into classes for the express purpose of writing them up in the newspapers by way of sensational matter. This has already been done and may be attempted again.
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