Education: Where Else?

Oklahomans had never heard such talk from one of their own leading educators. Said Laurence Hasbrouck Snyder, dean of the graduate college at the University of Oklahoma: "If universities, which are supposedly the epitome of culture and learning in our society, cannot practice the principles of democracy and illustrate them by example, where in the world will they be illustrated and practiced?" Dean Snyder is one of the nation's top geneticists, and what he has learned from his study of heredity and what his university practices are two different things. Negro Ada Sipuel Fisher has been vainly seeking admission to...

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