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1932-04-XX teaching work in colleges and universities

USBN #64 - July 1932 - page 4

"As to teaching work in colleges and universities, this is very important,

for students as a whole are open-minded and little influenced by tradition. They

would easily enter the Cause if the subject is properly presented and their

intellect and sentiments properly satisfied. This, however, should be attempted

only by persons who have had university training and are therefore acquainted with

the mind of the intelligent and educated youth.

"The movement surely needs educated and devoted souls who will through their

deeds as well as pen promulgate the teachings throughout the world." (To Mrs.

Mabel Paine and Miss Sylvia Paine, Urbana, through Ruhi Afnan, received in April,


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