Education: Exile Employed

Last week a spectacled German bachelor, visiting England on a passport bearing the name "Ian Anderson," received word that he had been appointed a professor at Harvard University. "Ian Anderson," whose friends know him as Germany's onetime (1930-32) Chancellor Heinrich Brüning, was as glad as any exiled German scholar to get work.

Harvard's Professor-designate Brüning today bears a few traces of the days when, from his offices in Radziwill Palace, he governed all Germany. A Catholic who entered the Reichstag as a Centrist Deputy some years after the Republic was set...

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