Liberal Arts in a Stringent Economy
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Liberal Arts in a Stringent Economy

Wednesday was move-in day for freshmen at St. John's College in Annapolis, one of many liberal arts schools that have taken a hit in applications and enrollment because of the downturn. Freshman Graham Gallagher discusses why he chose to attend the estimable Great Books school. Video by Daniel de Vise/The Washington Post

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