Date: Thu, 7 Dec 1995 10:02:25 -0800
From: Peter McGraw pmcgraw[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]CALVIN.LINFIELD.EDU
In proofreading something, I recently corrected what I thought was a
typo, changing "providing students with a broader perspective OF
international issues" to "...a broader perspective ON world issues." A
colleague just now asked me in puzzlement why I had changed it. To her,
"of" seemed right and "on" seemed wrong. To me, the opposite is true.
Is this a regional issue? Or is one of us crazy?
I'd like to gain a broader perspective on/of "perspective".