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Higher Education and the New Society

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Higher Education and the New Society
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Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Number of pages: 208

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While he celebrated higher education as the engine of progress in every aspect of American life, George Keller also challenged academia's sacred cows and entrenched practices with provocative ideas designed to induce 'creative discomfort'.

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