In a letter addressed to the Daily Chronicle , dated January 25,1893, Prof. Karl Pearson makes two statements respecting my opinions and grounds of action:
"As in society at large, so in academic matters, his mode of insuring progress is unlimited individual competition."
"he is an individualist in all matters."
Seeing that in an essay "On Administrative Nihilism," published twenty-two years ago; and in another on "Government: Anarchy or Regimentation," published in 1890, I have done my best to combat the doctrine Prof. Pearson attributes to me, I shall be glad to know what justification he has to offer for so grave a misrepresentation. The purpose of it is obvious.
C. Blinderman & D. Joyce