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History, Philosophy, and Traditions of the Land-Grant College
This paper was presented before the Agricultural Division Seminar by W. Robert Parks, Professor of Government at Iowa State College. It reads as an interpretive analysis to explain and give meaning to the land-grant college movement. Land-grant colleges are those created from land grants given to the state for the establishment of colleges specializing in agriculture and the mechanic arts.
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