Education: God at Harvard (Contd.)

Harvard students, said President Nathan Pusey in a baccalaureate address, should have "the ability to speak the word God without reserve or embarrassment.'' Some clues to what the unembarrassed Harvardman may have in mind were offered last week in a special supplement to the commencement edition of the Harvard Crimson, the results of an 82-question survey of Harvard and Radcliffe undergraduates. Notable items:

¶Twenty-one percent of the Roman Catholics and 25% of the Jews surveyed reported that they had "apostasized." Of the "middleground" Protestants, 39% said they had fallen away.

¶Forty percent of those...

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