RELIABLY INFORMED SOURCES

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

The vast and ever-expanding network of world-wide communication places upon the individual the responsibility of determining the accuracy of information before he accepts it as true. In an era when publication of false and misleading propaganda is a common occurrence, it becomes even more imperative to learn how to distinguish the true from the false.

A prevalent misconception which is constantly being imparted to mankind by one means or another is the theory that unless the physical senses are indulged, the result will be frustration and an empty human experience. Here is information which we all must scrutinize carefully to ascertain if it is reliable or not. If it is correct, we wish to know it. If it is incorrect, we wish to replace this misinformation with the truth.

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