Excerpt from Americanization: A School Reader and Speaker In this business of making good American citizens we naturally think, first of all, of the citizens-in-the making, the boys and girls in our schools; for Americani zation, broadly considered, means education for citizen ship.
This book is intended for use in the intermediate, grammar, and lower high_school grades Mr and speaker. It contains selections from historic American documents and from the writings and speeches of emi nent publicists, dealing with various phases of the Ameri canization problem. Lections are grouped under the following captio Foundation Stones in our History and Institutions, (2) The Story and Meaning of Our Flag, (3) Great Names in American History, (4) Incentives to Patriotism, (5) Present-day Problems.
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