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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 49

The School Question to be Settled By Parents

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The School Question to be Settled By Parents.

The father may listen to well-meant good advice; his fears may be excited by denunciations of impending peril for himself and offspring,; laws may be enacted to interfere with his natural rights; he may be mulcted through his purse, and harassed in many ways; his neighbors may turn against him: yet, in despite of all, the responsibility of the education of his child falls on him and on no one else. He may be assisted in his work by others, if so he will, but in accordance with his will and choice, and not according to the conscience of his neighbors or of his fellow-citizens.