The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 49
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.|