This interesting book presents the history of what is now called Union Institute & University. A experiment in the sixties, this alternative form of educationm was ground-breaking in its time.
Unfortunately, after the death of Robert Conley, the institution fell into the hands of Judith Sturnick and the people that she hired. Like at many other universities they were interested only in their high salaries and what they could take from the university. They were traditional educators who have "dumbed down" the original concept.
This book shows us the history of this educational dream from its optimistic beginnings to its present reality.