Up to Liberalism

Williamson Jr., Chilton
June 1975
National Review;6/20/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p673
The article compares the ideological leanings of the past and new editors of "The Columbia Daily Spectator," the propaganda apparatus of the Columbia University in New York City. Editors accused Columbia University administrators of duplicitous labor bargaining from February 1973 to February 1974. Editors employed the classic phrases of campus radicalism to describe the Columbia University as a machine by which corporate conspirators oppress university workers.


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