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The editor's justification of the title is that it indicates accurately, as it does, the subject-matter of the book. The writer, however, would have preferred another title. He would have chosen the name Making Minds, and that largely because it invites misunderstanding. I am sure the editor will reward the willing submission of the writer by allowing him to use a few words in the Preface to indicate the notion which he would have liked to express. The book itself is a collection of papers and addresses dealing with the liberal college. From cover to cover it expresses the conviction that liberal study enriches and strengthens the lives of individual men and of groups of men. It is based upon the belief that for a man and for his fellows it is well that he have a good mind, if possible an excellent or even a distinguished mind.