Education: Again, Salaries

After 25 years' service full professors at Yale should earn enough money "to maintain a home in a ten-room house which he owns free of mortgage, to keep one servant, and to pay for some occasional service, and to provide an education for his children on an equality with that obtained by the general run of students at this university. Life at this level now costs about $15,000 or $16,000 a year."

So wrote, last week, Professor Yandell Henderson (physiologist) and Assistant Professor Maurice Rea Davie (sociologist) from Yale, again expressing the trite thought that college professors earn too little.

At Yale, full...

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