Arnold Toynbee In Salt Lake City In 1967, His Relevance In 2005

In June 1967, the late, eminent English historian, Arnold Toynbee, visited the University of Utah at the invitation of Professor Calvin Taylor where he gave three addresses: “Three Generations in a Crisis,” “On the Role of Creativity in History,” and “Is America Neglecting Her Creative Talents?” Have things changed significantly in the nearly forty years since his visit?

Eugene Kovalenko