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  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    read again ILL asked Freedom to buy May 14 too expensive check out the book marks on pages 34/5, 36/7, 52/3, 54/5, 56/7, 84/5, copied ch 1? main themes: middle class was for white men only/ women, blacks and people of color need not apply colleges set about setting up a meritocracry but only for the production of a middle class and middle class absolutely meant no Catholics, and no sexual promiscuity (which included talking about sex)as well as no women, blacks and people of color from Worldcat:The adv read again ILL asked Freedom to buy May 14 too expensive check out the book marks on pages 34/5, 36/7, 52/3, 54/5, 56/7, 84/5, copied ch 1? main themes: middle class was for white men only/ women, blacks and people of color need not apply colleges set about setting up a meritocracry but only for the production of a middle class and middle class absolutely meant no Catholics, and no sexual promiscuity (which included talking about sex)as well as no women, blacks and people of color from Worldcat:The advantage of being middle class -- Space and words -- The culture of professionalism -- Character -- Careers -- The old--time college -- An emerging culture -- The American university.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rebekah

    Culture of professionalism in the mid-1800s. A little earlier than the time frame I am looking at, but helpful in generalizing info about middle class attitudes towards professionals. Focused on universities for the second half of the book- less helpful but interesting. Who knew early Harvard and Yale students used to riot, break windows and set fire to things to protest exams?

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    Patty

    I think the Rosenbergs assigned this book in one of their classes. It opened up my eyes to the world of professionals, as well as having a profound effect on my thinking about professionals and experts in general.

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