Excerpt from The American Colleges and the American Public
The first large edition of this work having been exhausted for several years, a second is now submitted to the American Public, with the addition of several papers on subjects that are nearly related to the topics already discussed. The writer trusts that it will be remembered that not one of the essays in the volume is exhaustive of its theme, and that the suggestions which they contain are expressed very frankly, with the expectation that they will not receive the assent of many who read them. The interests involved, however, are too important to allow the concealment of opinions which concern some of the most important interests of the community.
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