In This Issue
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Education as a Political Institution
"Education should not aim at a dead awareness of static facts, but at an activity directed toward the world that our efforts are to create."
A Soldier of 'the Legion' (Part II)
An American describes his experience serving in the French Foreign Legion in the final installment of a two-part series.
The Contributors' Column
The Girl: An Autobiography: Childhood
President Wilson's Mexican Policy
The Deserted Temple
The Liberty of Difference
Thirty Fathoms Deep
The Two Porringers
Henry James: (1843-1916)
To Theodore Roosevelt
Mücke of the Emden
War and the Sexes
A Different World After the War
Discontent in a Garden
Whiskers in Peace
The Saturday-Night Bath