June 18, 2004
What Would Higher Education Do With $6-Billion a Year?
Before inviting the Scarecrow to join her on her long trip through Oz to the Emerald City, Dorothy doesn't know if the journey would be worth his while. She asks him, "Well, what would you do with a brain if you had one?" "I could think of things I never thunk before, and then I'd sit and think some more," is part of his tuneful reply. In that spirit it would be useful to suspend for a moment the depressing reality, according to Terry Hartle, that there is no money to be had for this year's
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