January 1921
America;1/15/1921, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p317
The author reflects on the condition of the educational system in New Zealand in 1921. According to the article, the new appointed Minister of Education abolished the allocation of resources for Catholic schools and scholarships in Catholic secondary schools. The author highlights how district court judges associate the growth of public crimes with lack of religious principles. He concludes the public is only concerned with self-indulgence resulting to selfishness, prevalence of lawless principles and immorality.


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