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The Legacy of J. William Fulbright
The Fulbright program was an unprecedented and innovative enterprise that laid the foundations for development of international education in the United States and abroad after World War II. After its inception in 1946, it rapidly became the best-known and largest educational exchange program in the world. This chapter analyzes the experiences and ideas that informed J. William Fulbright's initial conception of the program as well as the ingenuity of its statutory basis, funding models, anddoi:10.5810/kentucky/9780813177700.003.0009 fatcat:2qclao2ga5h75jdva5fguh4wqu