Going It Alone

February 1968
Time;2/23/1968, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p62
The article discusses the avoidance of federal aid by several U.S. schools including Brigham Young University. It mentions the oppositions of the Baptists on federal funds due to their principle that the church and the state are separated. It also notes that the leaders of the holdout colleges cite the deterring impact of public grants on private giving. It further cites that the Brigham Young University let professors accept federal research grants to attract competent scholars.


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