The English teachers of America have arisen from their slumbers. They have opened their eyes to new developments in the study of language and literature; they have become responsive to new teaching methods; they have displayed a streak of epic cussedness in the face of ignorance, misunderstanding and indifference. That their campaigns against the verbal ills of the land have not yet been successful should not cause these embattled teachers to despair,for they cannot undo the failures of a century in a decade. They have undertaken a Hundred Years' War against pseudo-literacy.

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