Letter to MacLeish

Laski, Harold J.
September 1940
New Republic;9/2/40, Vol. 103 Issue 10, p299
The article presents a letter to Henry McLeish, First Minister of Scotland, concerning the factors that influence the attitudes of college students in the U.S. towards war. The first root is the general malaise of time as well as the collapse of a historic civilization in which the U.S. shares. Another factor is the internal condition of the country itself. In addition, the teaching of the American colleges, especially in social sciences, affect the ideas of students.


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