College students learn wisdom, virtue, courage and the other attributes by studying from those who pursued these things in the past.
College students learn wisdom, virtue, courage and the other attributes of morally self-responsible citizens largely by studying what they have inherited
World War II was a godsend to American liberals. The New Deal had been dead in the water since 1937, torpedoed by its fundamental failure to effect an end to depression and its increasingly annoying meddling with traditional patterns of American life.
Sports, religion, and education have come together most frequently on the college campus; the private college, at that.