chapter  IX
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It is obviously imperative to take every precaution against the admission into universities and university institutions of people who are not genuine students but political agitators, whether they belong to the right or the left. There may be some justification for the view that those who have had the advantage of a sound university education should take a special part in the economic, social, and political progress of their country; but it is a grave danger to admit into the universities people who do not aspire to a sound education but only to a cheap claim to leadership. Study and tolerant discussions and debates are one thing, and deserve encouragement. Violent agitation and intolerance are quite another thing, and should be firmly suppressed.