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Excerpt from Cui Bono?: University Education; A Letter to a Catholic Layman
I do not know in the least to whom I am addressing this letter. It may be to a person whom I know, to one whom I know by name, or to one about whom I know nothing. However as you have printed and published your views on University Education, you can not possibly make any objection to receiving a letter on that subject from me or from any one else. I have only just seen your letter, though it may have been published for some little time. Now I will begin by saying that I never re member having read a Catholic Letter or Pamphlet from which I differ so utterly, on almost all points as from yours. I differ from you as to your conclu sions; I differ from you as to very many of your opinions; and I differ from you, in the widest possi ble manner, as to the principle which underlies this scheme. For I look up on this proposition of sending young Catholics to Oxford or Cambridge, as only one of those many developments or signs, which we see everywhere around us, of that spirit of oworldliness which is coming in on the Church. I will explain what I mean further on. Here X. W mks seq \'mssagainst you personally; I am speaking only ofyour proposal. I may call it yours; as you have by adop.
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