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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 49

Fundamental Principles

Fundamental Principles.

In a few words let me resume and give some conclusions logically deducible from the facts, statements, and arguments submitted to you in this paper.

In a Republic whose citizens are of different religious beliefs, who are voters needing intelligence, who are parents breeding races of freemen, the following principles are primary and vital :—

1.The non-interference of the State in religious matters, in church or school.
2.Compulsory knowledge, through parents' schools, under parents' control, and at their cost.
3.Free trade in education, or no monopoly of the teacher's profession.