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The Seed of Race by Sir John Woodroffe was first published in 1919.
IN the discussions, now happily current, as regards the nature of, and necessity for, the preservation of racial culture in India, and the nature of the education which should be given towards that end, it is necessary to understand quite clearly what is meant by the term Racial Soul. For if this is understood we have the key to the settlement of the dispute between those extreme Conservatives who would maintain the status quo in all respects, those extreme Radicals who would subvert Hindu civilization and substitute for it European institutions and culture, and those who, following a middle path, recognize both the necessity of adaptation to present circumstances and needs, and of basing such adaptation on cultural principles which have come down from a remote past.
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