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demanded of teachers of English by those representative bodies which are foremost in voicing present-day requirements. Numerous references will be found in the book to the recommendations of the Board of Regents of New York, the State Board of New Jersey, the Illinois Association of Teachers of English, and the Joint Commission on the Reorganization of High School English, representing the National Educational Association and the National Council of Teachers of English.
No book has a better set of literary models than Effective English or gives more attention to the canons of good rhetorical usage.
In wealth of material, in attractiveness, in number of practical exercises, in literary quality, and, above all, in recognition of the practical advantage of good English in daily life, Effective English sets a new standard for books in composition and rhetoric.
Norman Stairway, Canterbury