(1)_______________________. However as every businessman knows,the most important raw material of all is the schoolboy who,as a trained college graduate, will run the U.S. industry of the future. Today the U.S. industry is faced with a tight shrinkage of such manpower.(2)_________________________.To help get them,many a businessman believes that corporations must provide much of the cash needed by colleges to expand their facilities and improve their teaching,and work more closely with colleges on business’s needs.Thus, industry and education have a clear mutuality of interests.Businessmen and educators have not always recognized this.While there are a few businessmen who still regard college professors as vague-minded and likely to be radicals,and a few educators who still look on businessmen as mere money-grabbers.the mutual distrust has generally disappeared in the mutual need.(3)______________________________________.In turn, universities must depend increasingly on corporations for contributions,since high taxes have all but cut off the flow of the big individual contributions that built the private school.