Private Truth and the Public World
Harold Taylor speaks at James Brook's inauguration as President of Central Washington State College about human relationships to the public world and how those relationships were changing. He also talks about the roll college educators must have in the development of citizens.
Harold Taylor first came to national prominence in 1945 when at the age of thirty he was appointed as the third president of Sarah Lawrence College. He was known as one of the most provocative and original thinkers in the field of American education.
Taylor, Howard, "Private Truth and the Public World" (1962). CWU Library Lectures. 27.
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Higher Education, Philosophy
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