The higher learning in America
Thorstein Veblen
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The higher learning in America

a memorandum on the conduct of universities by business men.

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This edition was published in by Hill and Wang in New York.

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June 30, 2004, Kessinger Publishing
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The higher learning in America: a memorandum on the conduct of universities by business men
1994, Routledge/Thoemmes Press
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The higher learning in America
1992, Transaction Publishers
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Higher Learning in America
June 1971, Augustus M Kelley Pubs
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The higher learning in America: a memorandum on the conduct of universities by business men
1957, Hill and Wang
in English - 1st American Century series ed.
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The higher learning in America
1957, Sagamore Press
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The higher learning in America

First published in 1918



First Sentence

"The life of the simple Quaker, Thomas Ellwood, to whom the pomps and shows of earth were nowhere so vain as in association with the spiritual life of man, may serve as companion to another volume in this Library, the "Life of Wolsey" by George Cavendish, who, as a gentleman of the great prelate's household, made part of his pomp, but had heart to love him in his pride and in his fall."

The higher learning in America

a memorandum on the conduct of universities by business men.

This edition was published in by Hill and Wang in New York.


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378.1010973

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OL13643039M

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