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Reprinted from California Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 1, No. 3. May, 1973.
This idealistic, exuberant vision for college education is
characteristic of the humanistic fervor of the late 1960's. Even
though some of the article now sounds naive or lost in California-talk
of the late 1960s, many of its points remain worth thinking about
This cartoon -- a double self-portrait -- hung
on the author's door
for several years and appeared in the original article.
Problem and Potential
Centering Core Program
Student Centered Programs
Role of the Great Books
The Role of Experience
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