The local "spelling reform" of a few half-educated faddists here and there, helps not at all, is a mere nuisance.
President Eliot, of Harvard, is not a believer in spelling reform.
It's a clear case where spelling reform ought to butt in and disenvowel it.'
A progressive man was this same reverend gentleman—a great believer in his native English and in spelling reform.
He surveys the general situation, he thinks it over, and presently he says 'spelling reform.'
The adherents of spelling reform will perhaps be heartened by the result of everyone spelling as they please.
He was a powerful supporter of the movement for spelling reform, as a means of promoting 365 the spread of the English language.