Education: What They Think Now

"In one of the most rapid turnabouts in our history, college youth—the chief source of social dissidence in the '60s—has moved swiftly toward reconciliation with the larger society, while the noncollege majority has taken over many of the campus-bred values." So says Social Psychologist Daniel Yankelovich, whose research firm has just completed an extensive survey of American youth for five private foundations.* Among the survey's major findings and conclusions about college youth:

> In 1971, 45% of college students felt that "this is a sick society." Now that figure has fallen to 35%....

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