" Education, in one form or another, is the key to the solution of most of our world-problems,
and certainly to the problem of world peace," writes Archbishop Downey in the Catholic Record.
" I would have children learn that real patriotism is not represented by such slogans as ' My country, right or wrong,' but that it has deeper roots —namely, those of piety towards one's kith and kin, and of that charity and justice which transcend the bounds of all nationality. I would strive to eradicate from the minds 'of the rising genes-aeon the exaggerated nationalism which despises foreigners, and plant in its place the spirit which recognises the universal brotherhood of man. In this way we might hope to eliminate the unintelligent jingo who makes war possible, " Again, a widespread knowledge of the fundamental principles of economics would promote the cause of peace. It is beginning to dawn on the advocates of superior force that even victory is no longer a paying proposition. Owing to the solidarity of commercial intereses in the world markets of to-day, war must necessarily dishes eate the trade of every country and bring about general economic &Pression. To instruction in politics and economics I would add the teaching of the whole moral law in all schools— primary, secondary (whether grammar, modern or technical), and not excepting public schools. This is the only way in which to,eradicate' from many ends the pragmatic conclusion that, after all, might is right. The present generation needs to revert to the doctrine of Aristotle, that the principles of politics and morals should be one and the same, and that for the best man and the best State identical valuations hold good."