1930
1930
Commerce for the common good

“The most comforting aspect of [the Great Depression] period was the commonality of experience and the lesson of humility and gratitude which was learned as a consequence. Students coming to the University came from families which were making sacrifices for education, and the seriousness of students about and for their studies increased. There was in McIntire and its faculty a growing appreciation for the students and the camaraderie of working on shared projects.”

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