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[President Coolidge, in the National Education Association Journal, New York, N. Y., September, 1923]

The world needs education in order that there may be a better estimation of true values. It is not easy to assemble facts. It is not easy to draw deductions. It is not easy to distinguish between the accidental and the essential. In the complications of modern civilization these are becoming more and more difficult. If world problems are to be solved, it will be through greater application, through more education, through a deeper faith and a more complete reliance upon moral forces.

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