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[Professor Francis B. Sayre, in the Harvard Alumni Bulletin, Cambridge, Massachusetts]

Crime is a problem, not of law or legal machinery, then, but of human behavior; and as such, if real results are desired, it must be grappled with during young boyhood before the law or the courts have touched the individual child. What practical steps can educators take to cope with this problem? May I make two brief suggestions?

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