George F. Will *68 reflects upon his decision to eschew law school for a Ph.D. program at Princeton and explains how graduate scholars are "not peripheral" to the life of the University but are the "tip of the spear" in Princeton's arsenal. Presented on the occassion of the Many Minds, Many Stripes conference for Princeton's graduate alumni.
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George F. Will *68, journalist
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