- Title Pages
- 1 “Literary Institutions are Founded and Endowed for the Common Good”
- 2 “The Good Order and the Harmony of the Whole Community”
- 3 “To Promote More Effectually the Grand Interests of Society”
- 4 “To Spread Throughout the Land, an Army of Practical Men”
- 5 “The Instruction Necessary to the Practical Duties of the Profession”
- 6 “To Qualify its Students for Personal Success”
- 7 “This is to be Our Profession—To Serve the World”
- 8 “The Burden of his Ambition is to Achieve a Distinguished Career”
- 9 “A Wedding Ceremony Between Industry and the University”
- 10 “To Meet the Training and Retraining Needs of Established Business”
- Selected Bibliography
- For the Common Good
- Cornell University Press
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