Current Changes and Experiments in Liberal-Arts Colleges
by C. S. Boucher — 1932
"What's all the shootin' for?" may well be the query of one who left college no more than ten years ago and has read only a few of the hundreds of articles and the dozens of books published during the last two years on numerous phases of higher education. If this current literature were critical merely in the destructive sense, limited to denunciation of past and current practices, it would be significant only in its amount as an augury of improvement. This current literature, however, is much more significant than the carping of a few congenital critics, of whom each generation has its share, because we have long since passed through the initial stage of destructive criticism and are well advanced in a period of change resulting from constructive criticism.
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