(PUBOxford)Now in softcover! This is a powerful critique of religion's role in higher education, from the founding of Harvard by Puritans in 1636 to the rise of the modern research university in 1870 to the collapse of the WASP establishment in the 1960s. Marsden covers required chapel, coed dorms, Darwinism, wealthy contributors, Bible teaching, multiculturalism, and more. 480 pages, softcover.
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