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Title:
"In Defense of the Student" / Owen Jenkins
Date:
1963
Description:
Owen Jenkins, Carleton English professor, outlines his speech into four parts as an appropriate exercise in rhetoric. Includes John W. Nason.  Taking on the rhetoric techniques of Socrates, Jenkins performs a humorous dialogue with Geo and ‘Faculty Member’ to define what a Carleton education is.  Subjects include: Carleton education; liberal arts education.
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20160921_filmDigitization/data/originals/R2R/57199
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Carleton College Archives
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