Higher Education and Opinion Making in Twentieth-Century England

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1. Lord Haldane with Albert Einstein.
2. 'The Project of a University College at Hull', by the Principal, University Bulletin (University College, Hull), 1930.
3. Abraham Flexner.
4. Ernest (Lord) Simon.
5. 'A Redbrick Tea-Party', by 'Bruce Truscot', Universities Review.
6. 'Introducing Universities Quarterly', 1946.
7. Sir Walter Moberly speaking on the television programme 'Viewpoint' about changes in the Church in his lifetime.
8. A.D. (Lord) Lindsay, c. 1950.
9. Eric (Lord) Ashby, 1979, Salt Lake City.
10. 'Lone Voices: Views of the “Fifties'”, by Kingsley Amis, Encounter, July 1960.
11. Lionel (Lord) Robbins.
12. 'Spring too far behind for Lord Robbins', the Guardian, 12 December 1963.
13. 'The Council for National Academic Awards', Reports on Education, June 1966.
14. 'University Development in the 1970s', by The Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom, April 1970.
15. 'The Development of Higher Education into the 1990s', by the Secretary of State for Education and Science and the Secretaries of State for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, p. 4.
16. Ron (Lord) Dearing.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vi
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Abbreviations viii
  • Foreword xi
  • Part I - System Making 1
  • 1 - Preludes 3
  • 2 - Early Decades: 'Unequal and Inadequate' 13
  • 3 - 1940s: 'A New Crispness' 33
  • Part II - Values 55
  • 4 - 'truscot': 'the Universities' Speaking Conscience' 57
  • 5 - Postwar: 'A Ferment of Thought' 79
  • 6 - Moberly: 'the Status Quo and Its Defects' 100
  • 7 - 1950s: 'Modern Needs' 127
  • 8 - Ashby: 'the Age of Technology' 151
  • Part III - A National Purpose 175
  • 9 - 1960s: 'Expansionism' 177
  • 10 - Final Decades: 'Painful Transformation' 211
  • 11 - Pressures and Silences 252
  • Index 267
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