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November 2012

John Silber, 1926–2012

Remembering John Silber, President and Chancellor of Boston University who turned a second-rate commuter school into a world-class research institution.

I deeply regret that John did not complete the review, but I was not surprised. I had spoken to him just a couple of weeks before ...

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This article originally appeared in The New Criterion, Volume 31 November 2012, on page 1

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