Education: Wisconsin's New Fight

In the seven years he has been president of the University of Wisconsin, urbane Glenn Frank has more than once been in danger of being caught in company with the wrong set of principles Elected as a progressive to revitalize a reactionary institution, he soon found himself at odds with other Wisconsin progressives. Soon after young Philip Fox La Follette was elected Governor in 1930 —and while he was still a member of the university's faculty—he accused President Frank of failure to eliminate "deadwood" from the faculty, of extravagance,— of not...

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