Address at the Sixth Annual Westside Community Conference, Columbia University, New York City

March 12, 1966


New York, NY

Education is not only important to understanding the world and each other—it is the key to the future—the foundation of economic progress in the modern world. No nation—not one—has entered the ranks of modern economic society without trained and educated people to run the factories, manage institutions, guide the government, draw plans. Without it all—the money, loans, plans are worthless.