n.p. the author, [1966?]. 12p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled at upper left. Small edge stain at lower right. Also included is a 29-page essay by Roger Harrison, "The design of cross-cultural training: an alternative to the university model" which cites Hopkins and the staff at Arecibo as inspiration.
Discusses the benefits of enticing student activists into the Peace Corps, based on the author's experience training newcomers in Puerto Rico. Like alley cats, young rebels are seen as having great energy which could be directed into Corps work.
Out of stock