The Governor of the Nations

Judged by results, no human form of government has yet proved itself entirely adequate to the need of its people for the solution of the complex economic, social, and political problems that keep appearing. That honest efforts are being made, and sometimes with a measure of success, to solve these problems through the political systems now in vogue is apparent, as is also the fact that in many instances those efforts avail little.

A nation's life and government are the immediate outcome of the thought of its people. The importance then of knowing more about thought, its source, and the forces that control it becomes apparent. If the thought of the individuals who compose a nation can be improved, the nation's life and government can be improved and the world benefited.

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June 7, 1947
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