The ultimate test

March 1997
Nieman Reports;Spring97, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p42
Presents information on a speech given by Derek Bok, former president of Harvard University, entitled `State of the Nation,' highlighting the effects of turning from individual to collective responsibility in the United States.


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