1918. American literature offers scarcely one working model for
high education. The student must go back, beyond Jean Jacques, to
Benjamin Franklin, to find a model even of self-teaching. Except in
the abandoned sphere of the dead languages, no one has discussed
what part of education has, in his personal experience, turned out
to be useful and what not. This volume attempts to discuss it.
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