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As a graduate of Ohio State University (class of ’68) and a senior vice president of business and finance at OSU, William J. Shkurti is working on familiar ground in this history of his alma mater in the 1960s. However, there is very little in this narrative that would indicate any personal involvement. It is instead a thorough institutional account of the university’s growth, finances, research, political challenges, student enrollment, faculty, and personnel changes during this tumultuous decade in American history. Working chronologically, the author marches readers from 1960 to 1970.