High School Subjects Self Taught Edited by Lewis Copeland is a 1442-page hardcover first published in 1943 by Garden City Books, and this copy is the new revised and enlarged edition of April 1959. No dust jacket present. The spine has wear and a small closed tear to the top. Inside, the pages are clean and unmarked and the binding is sound. The condition is good.
Modern life and contemporary events make a heavy demand upon the education and resourcefulness of the individual, In dealing successfully with personal, social, and vocational problems, a basic education is an unquestionable asset.
The primary value of an education is not simply to amass knowledge, but rather, through ideas as well as information and skills, to develop the power of thinking and to cultivate understanding and appreciation that will serve many purposes. These purposes may concern self-improvement and advancement in your business or vocation; efficient conduct of your household and personal affairs; intelligent consumer activities; adequate participation in civic and community life; helpful guidance where your children are concerned; effective and enjoyable use of your leisure time, devoted to recreation, hobbies, or other avocational pursuits.Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 59-7876