02. Glenn C. Altschuler, American Studies, Isaac Kramnick, Government, and R. Laurence Moore, History

The 100 Most Notable Cornellians (Cornell University Press, 2003). This compilation of 100 remarkable Cornellians (completed undergraduate degrees) who have made worthy contributions to the world in their chosen fields reflects “diversity of distinction.” The authors remind us that “Cornell has played a distinctive role in democratizing higher education, while helping to shape the American university’s post-Civil War commitment to useful service to American society and to the world.”

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