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Preface

For all experience (living) there is a common basis, which may be found in the inherent potential nature of man and his adjustment to environment. The diversity of expression and adjustment is as great as the multitude of individuals. Not all expressions and adjustments are happy, beneficent, wise, or progressive. Surely it is desirable to discriminate, and to inquire as to what will facilitate the best expression of the innate powers and possibilities and effect the most beneficent adjustment to environment.

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Joseph Stewart, LL. M.

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