Introduction
 
Finding One
 
Finding Two
 
Finding Three
 
Finding Four
 
Finding Five
 
Endnotes
 
Methodology
 
About the National Center
 
About Public Agenda
 
About the Author
 
Acknowledgments

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Endnotes

1
John Immerwahr and Steve Farkas, The Closing Gateway: Californians Consider Their Higher Education System (San Jose: California Higher Education Policy Center, 1993).
2
Closing Gateway, p. 19.
3
Ethan Bronner, ãCollege Tuitions Climb 5 Percent, Survey Finds,ä New York Times, Sept. 25, 1997; and National Commission on the Cost of Higher Education, ãStraight Talk About College Costs and Prices,ä forthcoming in 1998, available now on the web, p. 11.
4
Closing Gateway, pp. 5ö11; and John Immerwahr, Enduring Values, Changing Concerns: What Californians Expect from Their Higher Education System (San Jose: California Higher Education Policy Center, 1997), pp. 8ö10.
5
Public Agenda, The Values We Live By: What Americans Want From Welfare Reform (New York: 1996), pp. 18ö19, 24ö25; and Closing Gateway, p. 20.
6
Public Agenda, Second Opinions: Americansâ Changing Views on Healthcare Reform (New York: 1994), pp. 23ö25; and Public Agenda, Miles to Go: A Status Report on Americansâ Plans for Retirement (New York: 1997), pp. 23ö26.

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