After a couple of hundred years, Princeton men have finally gotten used to having female fellow students. After more than 1,500 years Christians, at least in most places, have gotten finally used to having Jews around as equals and not as people to persecute, rob, disgrace, or attack. Some are beginning to get used to having Muslims and Hindus and others around, but it is not easy for many. The final test will be getting used to racial differences, especially in America to blacks; whites have feared blacks for a long time and blacks have reciprocated. Will a change occur as it has with females, Jews, and other non-Christians? Frankly, I am pessimistic for many reasons. Most of them I would prefer not to enumerate because it would make me a target, which is not my purpose for commenting in the first place.
In Response to: Trials of the Coed 100: A 1973 Essay on Coeducation at Princeton