The Back of the Book

Rosenblatt, Roger
January 1978
New Republic;1/28/78, Vol. 178 Issue 4, p36
Focuses on the book "Rules of University Presidential Behavior," written by Quincy Adams Wagstaff. Overview of various rules governing the behavior of university presidents mentioned by Wagstaff in the book; Role and responsibility of presidents in university; Influence of a university presidents on students; Cynicism of students towards the president in universities and colleges.


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