The current debate about whether cursive writing will be taught in schools or not has brought up the question, will people in the next generation or so be able to write? And if they can’t write, will they be able to read old handwriting?
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Contact Kenneth H. Thomas Jr. at P.O. Box 901, Decatur, GA 30031 or www.gagensociety.org.