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Expansion of higher education. In California, as elsewhere throughout the nation, higher education is faced with increasing numbers of students. By their sheer numbers, the applicants seeking a college education will bring perplexing problems to the colleges and universities. The pattern of expansion of higher education is a crucial question today; a continuing demand by the American people for education for their children seems to leave little doubt but that continued expansion must surely come
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