4 Comments on “Citizenship at the very root of our daily life”

  1. […] a key leader in the movement for higher education to reclaim its public purposes, tells a story of Stanford University that illustrates the […]

  2. […] overcoming the culture of detachment that took hold in higher education after World War II, described by Thomas Ehrlich, a pioneer of civic […]

  3. […] overcoming the culture of detachment that took hold in higher education after World War II, described by Thomas Ehrlich, a pioneer of civic […]

  4. […] overcoming the culture of detachment that took hold in higher education after World War II, described by Thomas Ehrlich, a pioneer of civic […]


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