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Universities & the Great Depression: Then and Now

What are the implications of a serious economic crisis for students, faculty, universities and our educational communities?

In his article on the Academic Matters website, York University historian Paul Axelrod discusses how Canadian universities fared during the 1930s and the possible lessons of those Depression-era experiences for the present.

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