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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 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…

In an address to an Israeli audience in Jerusalem, Robert M. Hutchins proposes that Americans are the chosen people of the modern world, based on the nation's original dedication to being a model of freedom and democracy for all the world. However,…