Division in Education

Lindeman, Eduard C.
June 1944
New Republic;6/12/44, Vol. 110 Issue 24, p783
Focuses on conflicts which are likely to plague the education system in the U.S. due to the concept of free inquiry. Accusation made by president Robert Hutchins of the University of Chicago against the present government for having accepted the doctrine that men are no different from brutes; Views of the members of the Conference on the Scientific Spirit and Democratic Faith in answer to the claims of the authoritarians; Faith shown by these members in human experience and in human resources; Determination of the quality and direction of American life by the manner in which this conflict is resolved.


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