In defense of academic freedom.


New York : Pegasus, [1971] .

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Subjects Academic freedom.
Autogestion en eĢducation.
LiberteĢ de l'enseignement.
Student government.
Description 266 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. Past and future: The long view / Sidney Hook -- Level of discourse is a key to the tone of society's future / A.M. Rosenthal -- 2. Student unrest: On the new student nihilism / Herbert A. Deane -- Education in fever / Charles Frankel -- The student seizures / Ernest van den Haag -- The anatomy of student discontent / Bruno Bettelheim -- Black studies: the universities in moral crisis / Abba P. Lerner -- Academic freedom for the student in the classroom / Edward Chalfant -- 3. The crisis of the university: The crisis of the university / Henry Steele Commager -- Conflict and change in the academic community / Sidney Hook -- Tomorrow's university -reactionary either way / Jacques Barzun -- 4. Learning and society: Student activism and the social role of the universities / Frederick A. Olafson -- Efficiency as a prod to social action / Kenneth B. Clark -- Purists and politicians / Don K. Price -- 5. Campus revolts: A foolproof scenario for student revolts / John R. Searle -- Academic freedom and the failure of nerve / Arnold Beichman -- "War of the flea" at San Francisco State / John H. Bunzel -- Inside the Buffalo commune: or, how to destroy a university / Paul Kurtz -- 6. Politics and education: Can American universities be depoliticized?: the argument of an address by Henry Aiken as summarized by Sidney Hook -- From the platitudinous to the absurd / Sidney Hook -- Epilogue: What is to be done?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)150904
(OCoLC)ocm00150904
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WorldCat Identities Hook, Sidney, 1902-1989,
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