What about human capital—public schools, land-grant colleges, student grants, and loans?
But one little-known fact about the Ithaca university is that it is, in part, a land-grant state institution.
But you were deep in the land-grant lawsuits before you ever met Anne Clavering.
The land-grant policy entailed corruption and waste, of course; but what mattered a few million acres of land!
These are all land-grant colleges with donations from the respective States in which they are located.
The price of all Government lands lying outside of the land-grant belts was $1.25 per acre.
In somewhat more than half the states, the authorities of the land-grant colleges have charge of the work.
In its theory and its broad outline the land-grant policy is not hard to defend.