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1. Contours of the Future for American Higher Education: Aspects of Mature Development
2. Challenges to Be Faced: Advancing the Quality of the Future Performance of American Higher Education
3. New Focus on Leadership
II. Higher Education and the Economy: An Increasingly Dominant Connection
Introduction: From God to Mammon
4. How Well Has Higher Education in the United States Met the Test of Service to the Labor Market?
5. The Corporation and the University: The American Experience
6. The Decline of the American Economy I: Is Education Guilty or Not?
7. The Decline of the American Economy II: Who Then Is Guilty, and Are There Solutions?
III. The 1990s and Beyond: Some Special Perplexities
Introduction: A Mince Pie
8. Prospects for the 1990s
9. Restoring Quality to Undergraduate Education
Annex: Mutations in Undergraduate Education in the United States-Early 1970s
10. Comment on the Special Problem of Teaching about Ethics
11. The Racial Crisis in American Higher Education
12. Solving the Selective Admissions Dilemma: A Two-Stage Model for Higher Education
13. The New Race to Be Harvard or Berkeley or Stanford
Epilogue: On Facing the Unknown