Harmony, Chaos, and Consensus: The American College Curriculum
by Douglas Sloan — 1971
The current "crisis in American higher education" has been lamented by many and cheered on by others. There are those who hope and those who fear that current events portend the passing of the university as we have known it. Explanations and diagnoses of what is actually taking place, however, are more than a little confusing.
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