Learning and Politeness
Language, Telegraphy, Controversy, Universities, Education, Morality
Argues that the 'late "Telegram" controversy' illustrates the flaws in the argument that the study of Latin and Greek 'soften men's minds and do no suffer them to be brutal'.
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