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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Atlantic Monthly Press.
Boston, Little, Brown 
|All Authors / Contributors:||Atlantic Monthly Press.|
|Notes:||"An Atlantic Monthly Press book."
"The articles in this book appeared originally in the Atlantic."
|Description:||x, 182 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||What's bugging the students. What's bugging the students / Irving Kristol ; A vote for student protest / Mary N. Gonzales ; Another plane in another sphere: the college drug scene / Jeremy Larner ; A woman's view / Julie Hayden ; So you want to be a dropout / Tom Mayer --
Professors under pressure. Beleaguered professors / Irving Howe ; Free speech at Ohio State / Eric Solomon ; Writers in universities / Donald Hall ; The path to promotion / Arthur Mizener ; Teaching is better than ever / James R. Killian, Jr. --
The meaning of a university. The perfect university / Morris Bishop ; The race for college / Robert P. Wolff ; The future of the small college / W. Allen Wallis ; The scramble for college athletes / Paul H. Giddens ; Higher education for the Negro / Bernard W Harleston ; The meaning of a university / Howard Mumford Jones.
|Other Titles:||Atlantic (Boston, Mass. : 1932)|
|Responsibility:||prepared by the editors of the Atlantic ; with an introduction by Edward A. Weeks ; cartoons by Fernando Krahn.|