Scott M. Gelber, “Preludes to Populism: Anti-Elitism and Higher Education, 1820-1885,” in The University and the People: Envisioning American Higher Education in an Age of Popular Protest (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2011), pp. 18-34.
Your post must include all three of the following components: (1)must have a specific reference, with page number(s)!! if possible, to at least one of the assigned readings (including primary sources), (2) a reflection on one or more ideas or themes found in the readings (for example, as it relates to other aspects of the course or to your own experience as a student or citizen) and (3) a thought-provoking discussion question (or questions) you have regarding the material. Reading posts can serve as a starting point for class discussion as well as an opportunity for you to test ideas, pose questions, and “think out loud” about what you have just read.
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