FROM THE END of World War II to 1960, undergraduate student enrollments increased by 45 percent. They doubled again by the 1970s, eventually reaching eight million. Flat-footed by this demographic spike, academic leaders sought to remake the academy of the 1950s, which had emphasized research and graduate training at the expense of the undergraduate college. […]
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