The National Review College Guide: America's Top Liberal Arts Schools
Charles J. Sykes, Brad Miner
Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Education - 270 pages
For prospective college students and their parents, here are the best schools that have not succumbed to "political correctness", those that still uphold the liberal arts tradition of Western civilization, where the famous teachers actually teach the core curriculum courses.
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