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EARLY THIS WINTER a decision will be made about the road in life these young people will take. Which direction will they go? On to college and higher education? To an immediate job, marriage? Or will they be 'dropouts' from society, their talents perhaps lost forever 1 ? '•:*•.? .•.*/?>• ^^tlt^jiff^^t^ jr »M f-9- '" 1< T^* ^^ ^ ^.^V^'^' The road t/iey tafce u;/// be partly your decision — although the official action must come from our dedicated representatives in the Utah Legislature. At stake will be the proud heritage of Utah's higher education —and the future quality of our state, its culture and its people. Why is there a question about higher education in Utah? How did it become critical? What impact does it have on our young people's future? Are Utah taxpayers getting their money's worth? How can the situation improve? There are answers to these questions on the following pages. They may help you decide which road to take. A report to the citizens of Utah from the presidents of Utah's public colleges and universities, published as a supplement to The Salt Lake Tribune, Ogden Standard Examiner, Logan Herald Journal and Provo Herald on Sunday, December 8, 1968.