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As Samuel Johnson was to James Boswell, so Harvard is to Harry Lewis...
Lewis is a Giant in the History of Harvard, up to this very year, when he was influential in... Read more
Harry Lewis is a great guy and knows what he is talking about. Highly recommended read on the insanity of higher education these days.Published 13 months ago by Blake
As an academic, I enjoyed this book and the inside view of problems which resonate with my own experience. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Taryn P Vian
Lewis's book points to the current deep crisis that faces American higher education. Those of us who've participated in the system professionally are well aware of its problems. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Steve A. Wiggins
I am a graduate of Harvard College, '59, and Havard Law School, '65. I have read a number of books about Harvard, but have only read a portion of this one. I do plan to finish it. Read morePublished on June 2, 2008 by James R. Gillen
The author has been a Harvard professor for over thirty years and Dean of Harvard College for eight, and uses his experience to explain how his and other universities have lost... Read morePublished on February 6, 2008 by Midwest Book Review
Dr. Young-Gil Kim, President of Handong Global University, Pohang, South Korea ([...]) and the author of "See the Invisible, Change the World" published in 2006 by Xulon Press in... Read morePublished on February 16, 2007 by Young-Gil Kim
After a twenty year career as a college professor, I continue to read books that challenge the academic world. Read morePublished on October 2, 2006 by Dr. Cathy Goodwin
My best friend from first grade went to Harvard College in 1971. Since the Ivy League at that time was still all-male, I went to Mount Holyoke College. Read morePublished on September 6, 2006 by Suzanna C. Nemeth