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153 pages; Very Good condition. Printed c. 1969. No creases. Slight age tanning to cover and minor soiling. Shelf rubbing to outside cover. Small (about 1/4 inch) chip to top of spine, bumped at bottom spine. Otherwise clean and tight. A specific question with which the Committee began its work was the extent to which the insights of the humanities are needed to supplement the findings of the social sciences in any adequate attempt to understand an institution of higher learning. The articles in this committee report come from most assorted professional backgrounds well beyond the bounds of the humanities as conventionally understood. Their academic disciplines range from neurological surgery to English literature and from romance languages to clinical psychology.