Education: Dr. Morgan

Most men who hold doctor's degrees from British universities (excepting doctors of medicine) receive them not for toil and research but as a mark of honor. Discriminatingly do British universities hand out kudos. Of three reasons most cogent to U. S. universities (to encourage or pay for endowment donations; to publicize themselves; to render genuine homage to great men), most often are the British guided by the third, marking with distinction the authentic great. None so marked can consider himself more highly honored than he who receives from Oxford University a degree...

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