The Prospects of American Democracy

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The Prospects of American Democracy

By George S. Counts
Day, 1938
370 pp. $3.00

In spite of the many setbacks met by democracy throughout the world, Professor Counts (of Columbia University) believes that at least in the United States it is still a living force worth fighting to preserve. Among his suggestions is one that we adopt a thoroughgoing reform in our educational program.

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