Adaptations from Russian literature for upper elementary grades

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Edith Huffman (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Franklin McNutt

Abstract: The achievements of modern science have so far out-distanced social development throughout the world that man is inadequately prepared for the close inter-association of present day life. The doctrines that developed in a period when isolation was not only desired but also inevitable are outmoded today. Science has so modified the natural and geographic factors of the world that interdependence has become a prerequisite of modern living. The races of men live together in the world - -all united by a common bond of humanity - -many divided by individual environmental, racial, social, and political heritages. History has proved that one nation cannot live to itself, for the problems of one will have an ultimate effect upon all. Total resources must be combined for the good of all mankind.

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Language: English
Date: 1946
Russian literature $x Study and teaching (Elementary)

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