Scouting, Volume 18, Number 3, March 1930 Page: 57
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ATISFACTION in effectively giving
leadership in Scouting is dependent, as
in all other enterprises, upon know-
ledge and experience. As a part of
the National service to the field we
make available knowledge based upon
actual experience with the hope that
it will add to the power of those who
serve in the cause of Scouting. These
cover pages are suggestive of the scope
of literature available for those who
desire to make use of it as a means of
helping them in building up power.
There is much more. I recommend
each one as worthwhile—some of them
I consider indispensable.
Chief Scout Executive.
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