Civilization is beginning to sense that its future lies with the child and not with the machinery produced by science. In the past the child has been rather taken for granted. Much of the thinking has been along military lines. The principal value of the child to dictators, kings and heads of governments has been that of a prospective soldier. The material structure of civilization has been assumed to have permanent qualities and the ability to withstand the disorder, shock and wreck of war. The history of the human race shows an increase in population in spite of great famines, disasters and wars and the natural tendency of the human being has been to increase in numbers as long as sustenance was available. The interchange of goods and the improvements in agriculture have placed the food supply of the world open to all. We can see ahead more areas conquered,

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