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Robert M. Hutchins leads a staff discussion on the Supreme Court's controversial decision banning religious exercises in public schools. With Scott Buchanan, W. H. Ferry, William Gorman, Richard Lichtman, Purcell Weaver, and Harvey Wheeler. June 25,…

Actor Herschel Bernardi reads a popular speech that Robert M. Hutchins delivered in 1960 to mark the centennial of social worker Jane Addams, calling on the world community to come together to promote the nurturance of human life throughout the…

Robert M. Hutchins is joined by Admiral Hyman Rickover and Barnard College president Rosemary Park in an analysis of the problems faced by educational institutions. Jan. 21, 1963.

Robert M. Hutchins answers questions about the work of the Center posed by delegates to the United Nations from thirty different countries who visited the Center during a tour of the United States. Jan. 10, 1963.

Robert M. Hutchins answers questions about the work of the Center posed by delegates to the United Nations from thirty different countries who visited the Center during a tour of the United States. Jan. 10, 1963.

Robert M. Hutchins analyzes the role of the administrator from his long years of experience. "The administrator who is determined to administer will find that the strain on his character is very great. He must have a vision of the end,- he states, as…

Robert M. Hutchins addresses his views on American education and educational institutions. He argues that the ideal education is not a specialized, utilitarian, or pre-professional one, but rather a curriculum calculated to develop the mind. The…

Robert M. Hutchins addresses his views on American education and educational institutions. He argues that the ideal education is not a specialized, utilitarian, or pre-professional one, but rather a curriculum calculated to develop the mind. The…

Robert M. Hutchins and political economist Andrew Schonfield, of Chatham House, London, discuss the idea of reforming American legislative election procedures to make it possible to get the kind of specialist lawmakers a highly-technical society…

Robert M. Hutchins and political economist Andrew Schonfield, of Chatham House, London, discuss the idea of reforming American legislative election procedures to make it possible to get the kind of specialist lawmakers a highly-technical society…