An Englishman's View From The Campus

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19691006]ANTHONY BARKER , just returned from a year's teaching at the University of Wisconsin on exchange from Essex University where he is lecturer in Government, gives a series of five talks (Monday - Friday) 1: College for All

Is this just another American dream? No State offers it, but Wisconsin is among the leaders. Mr Barker compares the practice there with the standards he knows of British college education

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Leaders: Mr Barker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691007]by ANTHONY BARKER , just returned from a year's teaching at the University of Wisconsin 2: Bkuk studies

Last February Wisconsin's Negro students demanded a Black Studies Department. This led to organised disruption, police and troops on the campus, which Mr Barker witnessed

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Unknown: Mr Barker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691008]by ANTHONY barker , just returned from a year's teaching at the University of Wisconsin 3: ' * Pigs ' and • Scum '

American students (scum) and policemen (pigs) are under close scrutiny. Is their mutual hostility inevitable in such a varied and mobile society? DOes each group act too often the part society has come to expect?

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19691009]by ANTHONY BARKER , just returned from a year's teaching at the University of Wisconsin 4: USA has never lost a war Those who talked of victory in Vietnam now hope for peace with honour. A handful of Doves still call for withdrawal. Perhaps most Americans wonder just how they got into it, and how they can get out without fixing the word ' surrender ' on their President
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Genome: [r4 Bd=19691010]by ANTHONY BARKER , just returned from a year's teaching at the University of Wisconsin 5: Cities in Crisis

The miseries rather than the splendours of American cities, and the disarray of local government, come as a shock to an English observer. Mr Barker says why he thinks the plight of American cities will get worse before it gets better

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