Collected in this volume are the most distinguished addresses of
Smith--scientist, inventor, educator, religious leader, and
humanist. He presents his philosophy of education and raises and
attempts to answer some of the questions that concern young people.
He also discusses the influence of science, the place of religion,
and the accomplishments and needs of twentieth-century America.
Originally published in 1947.
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Henry Louis Smith
||216 x 140 x 15mm (L x W x T)
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