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Published by Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia in Athens .
Written in English



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  • Education, Higher -- United States.

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Edition Notes

Papers originally prepared for a seminar held at the Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia, in Sept. 1969.

StatementJohn W. Harris, editor.
ContributionsHarris, John William, 1938- ed., University of Georgia. Institute of Higher Education.
LC ClassificationsLA227.3 .A45
The Physical Object
Pagination55 p.
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5172498M
LC Control Number74631842

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