A New Factor in Human Affairs

By thoughtful organizing, we can in the future deliberately guard large numbers of new human beings from exposure to distress. If such careful protection can be carried through until these individuals are about nine or ten years old, and if their enormous inherent learning capacity can be met with access to a wide, wide range of knowledge, a completely new factor will appear in human affairs. These individuals themselves will furnish leadership to the rest of us. They will take charge of the further re-emergence of the world at a pace that will dazzle with delight those of us who have struggled so laboriously thus far.

Harvey Jackins
From page 6 of A Better World


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