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The Decatur Herald, Illinois, August 11, 1922

As a rule, my education consisted in a silly development of memory, the learning of a lot of the things for which I have never had any use, the development of reverence for a lot of things that are entirely unworthy of it, and the encouragement of enthusiasm which I had painfully to discard.

In other words, about all the education I ever got that did me any good I had to get in spite of my schools and my teachers.

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