I think what we must do in education, for example, is to bring the lab techniques used in science to the teaching of the humanities, to the teaching of history, and English, and journalism, and the arts. That’s the great thing about the arts. You don’t learn to paint, except by painting. You don’t learn to play the piano, except by playing the piano. By the same token, I think you become an historian, I think you become a scholar by being required to do original scholarly work, original detective work of a kind that’s involved with doing scholarly research. And once you do that, once you get on that track, you catch the bug, and you find out that this is really exciting. Now scientists know that, and scientists know that when they teach science. But in English, in the humanities, I think we’re behind on it.