CHAPTER VI: CONCLUSION
 

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The recommendations in this report scatter among many parts of the Hampshire program. They are not supposed to be discrete, however. Some are more important than others, but they should not be set apart. Expense is no obstacle to any one of them alone, nor is effort, and, in the end, the ease of effecting them will be cumulative. All this follows from the report's concern with educational gestalt. When advice is meant for some material result, it can be sorted and divided, but when it aims to create an attitude, then it should be taken as a package. 
 

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