The Campus Autocrats

Ross, Irwin
December 1940
New Republic;12/2/40, Vol. 103 Issue 23, p752
Focuses on dangers posed to liberties of teachers and students in U.S. universities and colleges during World War II. Status of both teachers and students in colleges where dictatorial power is practiced; Principles for teachers which have been codified by the American Association of University Professors and the Association of American Colleges; Need for reversal of a series of court decisions or extensive legislation to alter the teacher's legal status.


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