Obituary: Lord Ashby

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The Independent Online
THE WARM and perceptive tributes to Lord Ashby did not refer to the immense and affectionate regard in which he was held in higher-education circles in the United States, writes Professor Roy Niblett. His influential Any Person, Any Study (1971) is one of numerous examples of the lively contributions he made to thought about the future of higher education in the United States - made acceptable by the sanity of its foresight and by the intimate understanding he had of both European and American presuppositions.

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