Education: Chicago vs. Williamstown

Proponents of the Institute of Foreign Affairs at the University of Chicago have been at great pains to exalt its merits at the expense of the Williamstown (Mass.) Institute of Politics.

The Williamstown effort, according to the Chicago view, is "popular," avid of publicity, of small permanent value, impressed by titular rank. The Chicago Institute, states Vice President James H. Tufts, will attract a "more steady, conscientious group of people, equipped to consider questions in a scientific permanent way."

Chicago, as represented by Dr. Tufts, apparently supports the idea that the world is, or...

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