AMERICAN NOTES: What Ails the Young


Eighteen months ago, the Madison campus of the University of Wisconsin was running an even higher fever than most U.S. colleges. It was there that a research worker was killed one night when revolutionaries set off a bomb at the Army Math Center. Today a record of student maladies at Madison confirms that the atmosphere is calmer, both politically and personally. According to doctors at the University Health Service, cases of drug abuse have dropped off suddenly from last year. Dr. J. D. Kabler, head of the service, notes far fewer...

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