volume 269, issue 6969, P631-632 1957
DOI: 10.1016/s0140-6736(57)91090-5
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Abstract: In spite of certain recent) official activities it would hardly be accurate to say that educational enterprises have come into the front rank of public favour and recognition. But if they have not actually reached this position, they threaten to _ assert their claims to it. In the meantime, the competition of the overmastering issue of the war has pushed them, comparatively speaking, into the background, where, at least so their friends believe, they may be content to wait with the conviction that the hour of …

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