Yesterday's Scholars: A Chronicle of Education, 1932-1979
Yesterday's Scholars is a chronicle of higher education and academic life during the great Depression, World War II, and the troubled eras of the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Using vignettes, letters he sent and received, and reminiscence, Edgar McCormick takes us along a on a journey -- the quietly dramatic episodes of his career as a student and teacher.
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