Dora Russell Quote

Strictly speaking, no person who believes that wars between classes and nations are inevitable is fit to be in charge of the destiny of children. To believe in the unity of the human race and get children to believe it in early youth would mean the creation of that unity and the end of war.


Ch. V, p. 205 - The Right to Be Happy (1927)

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Strictly speaking, no person who believes that wars between classes and nations are inevitable is fit to be in charge of the destiny of children. To...

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Strictly speaking, no person who believes that wars between classes and nations are inevitable is fit to be in charge of the destiny of children. To...

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Strictly speaking, no person who believes that wars between classes and nations are inevitable is fit to be in charge of the destiny of children. To...

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Strictly speaking, no person who believes that wars between classes and nations are inevitable is fit to be in charge of the destiny of children. To...