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for Popular Government Vol. 37 Issue 3, Nov 1970
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Many of the major problems facing graduate students of the 1970s was the shift from certain disciplines to others, and a focus on research, development, and teaching of these disciplines. Glenny discusses the difficulties in planning graduate education including costs, quality, output, and jobs.
By their very nature, regulations that protect society in general usually inhibit the personal freedom of people as individual citizens. Public health practices are at the forefront of this relationship. For example, North Carolina requires compulsory examination for venereal disease of applicants for a marriage license and inmates in jails.