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By Stephen H. Aby, James Kuhn, James C. Kuhn

The liberty of lecturers to pursue wisdom and fact of their learn, writing, and educating is a basic precept of latest better schooling within the usa. yet this freedom has been tough gained and frequently abridged, reinterpreted, and violated. for this reason, it has generated literature in quite a few disciplines. This booklet is a advisor to investigate on educational freedom. integrated are annotated entries for almost 500 books, articles, chapters, websites, and different assets of knowledge. Entries are grouped in topical chapters and organized alphabetically by means of writer inside of each one bankruptcy. whereas lots of the works have been released considering 1940, a few prior reports also are integrated.

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In order for society to remain free and vital, major institutions and social groups must give collective expression to their opinions on key social issues. Wallerstein identifies the church and the university as two such important social institutions. If they do not engage in open debate on such matters, their silence gives tacit support to the status quo. " Wallerstein refutes these arguments by arguing that: 1) individuals can and do live with a certain amount of ambiguity in their social groups and institutions; 2) the true function of universities is to question the truth; and 3) "retaliation is always a function of political strength" (p.

The Board voted it 28 Academic Freedom down, and issued a strong statement in support of "academic liberty" that was reprinted in a 1904 issue of the journal. 65. Shryock, Richard H. " American Association of University Professors Bulletin 38(1): 32-70, Spring 1952. This address of the retiring President of the AAUP gives an historical overview of higher education in the United States. Tracing historical trends in American higher education back to German universities, Shryock details delays (until mid- to late 19th century) in founding research universities in the United States.

Morrison, Joseph L. " Journalism Quarterly 39(2): 187-195, Spring 1962. History (General) 27 In 1903 John Spencer Bassett, a professor of history at Trinity College (now Duke) was defended and not dismissed by the college trustees despite strong public calls for his dismissal for calling Booker T. " Some of the strongest criticism of Bassett came from the editor of the Raleigh North Carolina News and Observer, Josephus Daniels. This article recounts the political and racial background for the positions taken by Bassett and Daniels, who was an otherwise staunch supporter of academic freedom and progressive politics in North Carolina.

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