Education: Anti-Homusicku

In a classroom at little Claremont (Calif.) College one morning last week, a professor solemnly stood up before his class, threw his coat over his arm and, pretending to be a waiter, started handing out menus. The professor was not trying to be funny. Nor did his students laugh, for they were taking up a highly serious matter: how to order an American lunch.

Such scenes were taking place last week at 17 different U.S. campuses. Claremont was merely typical of a special nationwide orientation program that the State Department has set up. Dismayed...

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