Author Decries Harvard Education

Harvard University has long been regarded as the nation's preeminent institution of higher education. But a new book by a former Harvard college dean asks whether the school still deserves this reputation.

In "Excellence Without a Soul," Harry Lewis argues that Harvard and other Ivy League schools are now run to the detriment of their undergraduates.

This program aired on June 7, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.


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