This book argues a new and more complex interpretation of the
development and manifestations of the liberal arts movement in
American higher education during the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
Specifically, the book elucidates the under-explored yet formative
role that the University of Virginia and its 1935 'Virginia Plan'
played, both in fostering the liberal arts movement, and as a
representative institution of the broader interaction colleges and
universities had with this movement.
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