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PM's foreign correspondent Max Lerner (1902 - 1992) penned the attached editorial concerning the need for a dramatic shift in the Japanese school system if war was to be avoided in the future:

"We must ask ourselves how we can ever expect a democratic Japan while the school system remains feudal and fascist, and how can we expect a free Japan while the school system brings up suicide-fanatics and robots...Only a revolution in education will ever produce a democratic Japan that stays democratic. And only a sweeping political revolution will ever produce a revolution in education."

A similar article about German youth can be read here.

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The Question of  Japanese Youth (PM Tabloid, 1945)

The Question of  Japanese Youth (PM Tabloid, 1945)

The Question of  Japanese Youth (PM Tabloid, 1945)

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