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McCrady, Edward Jr.:

THE NECESSITY OF EDUCATION AS THE BASIS OF OUR POLITICAL SYSTEM. AN ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE EUPHEMIAN SOCIETY ERSKINE COLLEGE, DUE WEST, SO. CA., BY EDWARD MCCRADY, JUN'R, OF CHARLESTON, S.C., JUNE 28, 1880.

Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Publishers, Nos. 3 Broad and 109 East Bay Streets, Charleston, S.C.: 1880 31, [1 blank] pp. Disbound, loosening. Good+. "Our constitutions are based upon the fundamental assumption that people can read and write," and that a voter "is able to give written expression to his wishes upon political questions, and in his choice of legislators and rulers." Hence, people must be educated. For "Not half of the whole voting population can understand the ballots which they cast." FIRST EDITION. IV Turnbull 111. OCLC 7259563 [9]. Not in Sabin.


Book Id: 22075

Price: $75.00

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