Eastern European Academics Make the Case for the Liberal Arts

Intent on finding jobs after graduation, students remain more interested in law and economics

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Budapest -- Proponents of liberal-arts education see it as an important tool for strengthening Eastern Europe's fledgling democracies, in part instilling civic values in young people.

But what skeptical students want to know is, What kind of career...

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