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By James O. Freedman

In 1996 James Freedman released Idealism and Liberal Education, which mentioned the beliefs that formed his existence as an highbrow, a legislation professor, and a faculty and college president. during this new number of essays, he convincingly explores his enterprise trust undefined liberal schooling is the “surest tool but devised for constructing these civilizing features of brain and personality that let males and ladies to guide fulfilling lives and to make major contributions to a democratic society.”

Freedman concentrates without delay upon the issues dealing with college presidents and all collage directors. A passionate and fantastically written argument for some great benefits of a liberal schooling, this book

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