Fitzgerald's Study In The Great Gatsby

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Eugene Fitzgerald believes that four years of undergraduate study is insufficient time to earn a bachelor's degree. Because of the "enormous amount of knowledge" discovered in recent years, he feels that the American educational system is in need of a radical change, one that would expand the amount of time spent in class. Fitzgerald asserts that by increasing the time allotted to earn a bachelor's degree, students are more likely to become successful, knowledgeable, and productive members of society.
Fitzgerald focuses only on our need to change the quantity of time spent studying; he fails to recognize that the quality of study time is even more important. Higher education of the 2000s cannot be compared with that of the 1930s. Although the

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