by James V. Schall, S.J. A friend of mine recently asked me how he should go about reading Samuel Johnson, the great 18th century English lexicographer, a man of many.

If you have been teaching for at least a semester, you may have noticed that students don’t do the reading we assign them, shocker, I know.  So what can we do about this? Should we throw up our hands, deciding that students are in charge...
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