"In order to make higher education—and thereby entry into leading positions—
available to every able and industrious (person), the State must provide a thorough
restructuring of our entire public educational system. The courses of study at all
educational institutions are to be adjusted to meet the requirements of practical
life. Understanding of the concept of the State must be achieved through the
schools (teaching of civics) at the earliest age at which it can be grasped. We
demand the education at the public expense of specially gifted children of poor
parents, without regard to the latter’s position or occupation."