"This is the first systematic exploration of the nature and extent of sympathy for Nazi Germany at American universities during the 1930s. Universities were highly influential in shaping public opinion and many of the nation's most prominent university administrators refused to take a principled stand against the Hitler regime."
ages 9-14; book level 7.6; nonfiction
Lexile measure 1020; ages 12-up; book level 7
autobiography and biography
ages 12-up; book level 5.4; general fiction
"These stories underscore the strong social, political, and economic linkages between the nation and its public schools." -- Larry Cuban , Professor Emeritus, Stanford University and co-author of Tinkering Toward Utopia