Education: Time for Culture

When Glenn Frank resigned as editor of the Century and became president of the University of Wisconsin in 1925, people told him what terrible hours a university executive had to spend on detail work. He, inexperienced, was no doubt expected to be at his desk from dawn until evensong. But, instead, he was found in his office about half as often as his predecessor. He wandered about the campus, made trips to Manhattan, continued to write for magazines. And the University of Wisconsin got along very nicely; it even progressed; Alexander Meiklejohn was brought out to form an experimental college; there...

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