Saturday, April 07, 2012

Plus ça change

It's at first amusing and then depressing to read about educational ideals and protests in the 1960s and to feel like they might have happened yesterday. Here's a sketch of the exchanges between students at the New School College, the New School's first serious effort at undergraduate education, and administrators in 1968.

Joseph S. Lobenthal, “The Catabolism of a Student Revolt,”
Journal of Higher Education 40/9 (December 1969): 717-730, 722

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