A Humanist at the Humanities

August 1977
New Republic;8/20/77, Vol. 177 Issue 8/9, p8
Presents information on nominations for chairman of the U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Objections to the nomination of Joseph Duffey as chairman of the NEH; View that Duffey is a vastly literate man; Appreciation of Ronald Berman, former chairman of NEH; Applause for U.S. President Jimmy Carter on making an excellent choice; Opinion that Duffey is an extremely fair man and will bring on his experiences in doing justice to the job.


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