A New College

Meiklejohn, Alexander
April 1926
New Republic;4/14/26, Vol. 46 Issue 593, p215
Asserts the need for a liberal college in the United States. Proposal that a group of men be given favorable opportunity for the study and practice of liberal teaching in the country; Main characteristics of the college being planned; Factors contributing for the need for a liberal college.


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