This article by the Dutch-born American editor and Pulitzer Prize winner Edward Bok appeared in the April 1915 issue of Ladies' Home Journal, where he was the editor at the time. The article was so successful that all copies of the magazine were sold, and the article had to be reprinted by popular demand. Its overall message is still very applicable in today's modern society. Mr. Bok's example is one that people in his situation should emulate. I wrote it in Anniversary for the group.
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