THE complex civilization of today presents to youth, as to all, a changing order of social, economic, and governmental life which involves the fundamental relation of the individual to society. The resultant conflicting currents of thought are certainly not of the making of any one group; nevertheless, they demand of youth, as of all others, alertness and courage in making readjustments to the new order which is steadily replacing the old.
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