Zakaria on Bloomberg: The Value of a Liberal Education (2015) (6:06).
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In order to find books about a liberal education, search under SUBJECT for General Education in the college catalog. Here you should find:
Works on programs of secondary or higher education that include coursework covering areas of knowledge and experience that should be common to all educated people, irrespective of specialization in a subject discipline, to provide the set of skills and knowledge needed to function in society, are entered under General education.
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