Education: Ford's Progress

The aims of the Ford Foundation seem as vague as they are noble. But it has a lot of un-vague money to spend—more ($30 million a year) than any other foundation in the world. By last week it was beginning to be apparent where the Ford largesse is landing.

About one-third of it will go abroad, to further world peace by a kind of private Point Four program. Last week the Foundation gave $1,309,500 to the Free University of Berlin. Then Director Paul Hoffman and some of his top officials set off for a three-week tour of Europe and Asia to see...

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