The Federal Government and Higher Education

The Federal Government and Higher Education

The Federal Government and Higher Education

The Federal Government and Higher Education

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For each new subject taken up by The American Assembly, it is the custom to begin discussions with a national meeting at Arden House, Harriman, New York, and to follow this with regional, state and municipal Assemblies.

This volume, edited by Douglas M. Knight, is the required background reading for all meetings of the Seventeenth American Assembly, whether at Arden House or elsewhere. It is designed as well for the general reading public.

The conclusions of The Arden House Assembly are found in this volume beginning on page 193.

The Assembly is grateful to Carnegie Corporation of New York for a generous grant for the entire Seventeenth Assembly program. However, the Corporation is not to be understood as approving by virtue of its grant any of the views expressed in this book. Nor does The American Assembly, a non-partisan educational organization, take an official stand. The views are the authors' own.

Henry M. Wriston

President

The American Assembly . . .

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