aging process. With all its admirable intellectual qualities, he said, that country still has not been able to become sufficiently modern, democratic, and united in its system and methods of education. The government, equally anxious to find a solution, managed to circumvent all difficulties and ratified the law in its entirety. Deustua, in the modern guise of a university professor and philosopher, embodied the mentality of feudal civilismo, of the viceroyal landholder.
Further, if this body, namely the Supreme Court, bases its decisions of constitutional relevance not wholly on exact interpretation, then regardless of reason, are they wholly illegitimate. Dyslexia is a common disease among ten to fifteen percent of the United States, where a human being has trouble in learning to read or interpret words, letters, and other symbols. At the beginning, the ideology of the student movement was neither homogeneous nor autonomous. Once the university reopenedafter a recess which strengthened the bonds between teachers and part of the studentsthe gains of the reform largely vanished because of the new organization. Twenty-five years ago he stated in a speech on the liberal professions: There are a thousand economic and social reasons why Peru should be like the United States, a country of farmers, settlers, miners, tradesmen, and laborers. Reform AND reaction The Peruvian student movement of 1919 received its ideological stimulus from the triumphant rebellion of the students of Cordoba and from the eloquent exhortations of Professor Alfredo. But Ripa Alberdi himself realized that the purpose of the reform was to enable the university to carry out that social function which is the very reason for its existence. The emergence of a socialist movement and of a class conscience in the urban proletariat introduces a new factor in the debate that substantially modifies its terms. 39 Need I say that I entirely agree with this concept, which is in open conflict with the thesis. The lawyers and writers who come from the halls of the humanities, prepared by a rhetorical and pseudo-idealistic education, have always been far more immoral than the technicians who come from the faculties and institutes of science.