U. S. Colleges

All weeks, all days witness a great expenditure of time, mental effort, breath, ink and paper upon that perplexing variable, the U.S. college. Presumably, though not always demonstrably, a threefold premise is kept in view during this pedagogical theorizing, that premise being: That the beginnings of higher education are in 1) the home culture of the matriculant, 2) the nature of his secondary schooling and 3) the personality and intellectual equipment of the college professor. Thereafter the questions are: What is the U.S. college now?...

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