The Individual in Higher Education
by Edward C. Moore - 1963
One would hope that public education in a democracy would be exempt from much of this devotion to crowd culture—that here, at least, the budding individual would be allowed the opportunity to become a unique self, to develop and promote his own felt needs. And yet, in these days of prolonged crisis in higher education, it is rare indeed to find any commitment to this ideal.
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