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York: Harper & Bros., I908. Pp. x+2i8. $i.oo. Miss Everts says in her introduction: Next to that primary instinct, the instinct for self-preservation, the strongest instinct of the human heart is for self-expression. The failure of society to provide simple and natural means of self-preservation has led to the American anarchist. The failure of education to provide for the training of the simple and natural means of self-expression has led to the American voice. We cram the student's mind withdoi:10.1086/211718 fatcat:x7xetpny7bgkjo5ybarjqtrsve