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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2024

Brendan Apfeld
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University of Texas, Austin
Emanuel Coman
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Trinity College, Dublin
John Gerring
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University of Texas, Austin
Stephen Jessee
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A Liberal Education
The Social and Political Impact of the Modern University
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