May 5, 2000
Worldwide Tuition Increases Send Students Into the Streets
Until now, college in many nations was cheaper than a book in the U.S.
When Hungarians want to protest, they go to Lajos Kossuth Square, in front of the Parliament building, a 691-room edifice described by the poet Gyula Illyes as a "Turkish bath crossed with a Gothic chapel."
Its spires and flying