“I went to M.I.T. in the summer of 1951. I had been an instructor at Princeton for one year after obtaining my degree in 1950. It seemed desirable more for personal and social reasons than academic ones to accept the higher-paying instructorship at M.I.T.
“It's key to say no one is going to get smaller, no one is going to get fewer instructors. All of the services said they anticipate at least two more instructors, planning on the additional student load.”