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XXIII. Education

§ 64. Foreign Observers

Foreign observers, with either greater detachment or more scientific attitude, have rendered their tribute of comment. Some of these, as the Moseley Commission from England, offer comments valuable to both observed and observer. Perhaps the chief defect to be noted in these foreign comments is the failure to perceive that the “feminization” of American education does not necessarily mean its “effeminization.”