How much do people remember of what they learn in school? Results of an examination given to 7,000 high-school graduates, now freshmen in 36 colleges from coast to coast, were published last week by the New York Times. They revealed that this group included:
> Many who had forgotten, mislearned or never learned many details of U.S. history.
> Some with a sense of humor.
> Some with political heresies.
"Inescapable," concluded the Times, was the conclusion that to make U.S. history a compulsory college course would be one way of remedying the situation.*...