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04/24/2013

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Sam

Trying again: http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/UW/UW-idx?type=goto&id=UW.MeikExpColl&isize=M&submit=Go+to+page&page=107

Sam

Here is a link to Meiklejohn writing about the Great Books element of his "Experimental College" program, which took as its twin foci Plato's Republic and (somewhat bizarrely) The Education of Henry Adams.

Sam

Meiklejohn is also an important figure in the history of the Great Books movement; recent alum Barbara Honaker did her thesis on his role. His program at the University of Wisconsin was one of the earliest Great Books programs as we would understand that term today.

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