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April 29, 1939 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

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April 29, 1939 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

… AV f Page Two PERSPECTIVES PERSPECTIVES AS WE GAILY MARCH ALONG USOMTHJN TOSING ABOUT" ILLIAM LOUD provement on the present system. The Labor, or the History of the Sciences Quite obviously, the success of the fact that it is a new variant of an old will be studied, ,with a consideration of plan depends to a large degree upon system in no way decreases its desira- cccnomic factors, political developments the calibre of the tutors. The p...…

April 29, 1939 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

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April 29, 1939 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…V V 'I- page Fo uq PERSP9ECTIVE~S PER P TIVES SA-;VONAROLA " by Wallace Bacon PERSPECTIVES (EDITOR'S NOTE: Savonarola was a Florentine priest of the fifteenth century whose religi- ous fervor amounted to fanaticism. The Medici family for centuries had ruled Florence. They were the object of ceaseless attacks on the part of this priest who accused them of profligacy and grossness. The ,following scene from Mr. Bacon's play is based on...…

April 29, 1939 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 5

…-v I' ge Eight. PERSPECTI VE S T~ I'! T~ L' TI E7 I' 'T' T '11 r~ C i- their ranks by the surrealists since 1929. Picasso's interest in the irrational began in native Negro art, turned next to cubism. the origin of which he shares a~rgumentatively with Braque, then, be- coming more free and unconventional than the cubists, developed into surreal- ism. The coming of Picasso to their ranks has brought much prestige to the surrealists and t...…

April 29, 1939 (vol. 2, iss. 4) • Page Image 6

…V - w - if Av -. - Page Six PERSPECTIVES PERSPECTIVES O THE SOUL TAKES FLIGHT ... l'y By CARL GULDBERG This once was Earth. This scorched and crusted sphere, this surface pricked by barb and pocked by shell, once cherished life. No living thing is here: no single seed remains, nor single cell. Now that the world is wholly dead and still, no more will the wounded moan and, tortured, cry: no longer can the cannon belch and kill, wit...…

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