E. B. White – Writings from The New Yorker 1927-1976 (1949)

We think the way for school children to get both sides of a controversy is to read several books on the subject, not one. In other words, we think the Board should strive for a well-balanced library, not a well-balanced book. The greatest books are heavily slanted, by the nature of greatness.

“Selecting School Books”

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