Volume 8

Mark down the 1960's as the time when the publishing of a book about musical instruments became a profitable enterprise. The new era was inaugurated by the phenomenal success of the Galpin Society's Penguin paperback in 1962; supplies to the U.S. were almost immediately exhausted, and a long wait ensued…
The Academic Revolution, by Christopher Jencks and David Riesman. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Co., Inc., 1968. 580 pp. [$10.00].  The tensions and pressures of our age are being increasingly felt in academia. Recent events indicate that many students, if not their faculty, administrators, and trustees, are currently engaged in…