Education: Not So!

Last week, the American Club of Oxford University held a meeting, its first since last spring. It turned out to be a long meeting. When the minutes were read, the members were surprised to hear embodied in them certain sentiments toward England expressed last May by the Club's president, W. C. Greene, at a dinner attended by some 400 Rhodes Scholars and a scattering of British notables—Viscount Grey, Viscount Milner, Rudyard Kipling. It seemed that Greene had given the impression that, to all Americans attending it, Oxford was a disappointment; that all were...

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