Freedom and the university : the responsibility of the university for the maintenance of freedom in the American way of life / [by] Edgar N. Johnson [and others].
- Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1950.
- Physical Description:
- ix, 129 pages ; 23 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Johnson, Edgar Nathaniel, 1901-1969
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- The background of the university tradition, by E.N. Johnson -- Liberal arts and professonal training, by R.D. Calkins -- Liberal education and the law, by E.V. Rostow -- Liberal education and medicine, by J.L. Lilienthal, Jr. -- The relation of research of the liberal university, by J.R. Oppenheimer -- Academic freedom and the community, by E.C. Kirkland.
- "These essays were originally presented--during the spring of 1949--as lectures in the third part of the Cornell symposium on 'America's freedom and responsibility in the contemporary crisis'".
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