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Author:Goldin, Claudia 

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American leadership in the human capital century: have the virtues of the past become the vices of the present?

America led other nations by a wide margin in the provision of general, formal education to the masses and did so because of characteristics -virtues -that were shaped by New World endowments and republican ideology. Almost all of these virtues are now being questioned, and in the twenty-first century an entirely new set of virtues could emerge.
Conference Series ; [Proceedings] , Volume 47 , Issue Jun , Pages 25-35

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The shaping of higher education in the United States and New England.

Regional Review , Volume 11 , Issue Q 4 , Pages 5 - 11

Journal Article
From the valley to the summit: a brief history of the quiet revolution that transformed women's work

We can have a meaningful discussion today about "women at the top" only because of a quiet revolution that took place 30 years ago.
Regional Review , Issue Q 1 , Pages 5-12

Conference Paper
From the valley to the summit: a brief history of the quiet revolution that transformed women's work

Women have reached summits throughout recorded history and their accomplishments have been touted by contemporaries as evidence that women could achieve greatness, contrary to accepted wisdom. But it has taken considerably longer for substantial numbers of women, not just a few tokens, to reach the peaks. Until recently the vast majority of women?even college graduate women?occupied the valleys, not the summits. They had jobs, not careers.
Conference Series ; [Proceedings] , Issue Mar

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