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    • 1956-Dec-04

    This is one of many letters written to Arnold Beckman in response to his U.S. News & World Report article on the topic of education. William Trow, a professor of educational psychology at the University of Michigan,…

    • 1956

    This is one of many letters written to Arnold Beckman in response to his comments on the topic of education. The writer expresses lukewarm agreement with Beckman’s U.S. News & World Report article, which he nonetheless…

    • 1956-Dec-03

    This is one of many letters written to Arnold Beckman in response to his comments on the topic of education. In this handwritten letter, J. S. Criswell identifies as a teacher and threatens legal action against Beckman,…

    • 1956-Nov-30

    This is one of many letters written in response to Arnold Beckman’s comments on the topic of education. George Laemmle, who identifies himself as an “unemployable” chemical engineer, laments the “over-polite” tone of…

    • 1956-Jul-20

    This is one of many letters written to Arnold Beckman in response to his speech on the topic of education. Robert DuPuis, a vice president of Philip Morris, suggests that improved salaries and industry-sponsored…

    • 1956-Nov

    In this draft, Arnold Beckman describes the chain of events that lead up to his speech on the subject of public education and states that the vast majority of feedback received has been positive. He then addresses the…