William Frank Buckley, Jr., 1950 chairman of the Yale Daily News and outspoken advocate of restrictions on academic freedom, will charge that Yale is on the way to "agnosticism and collectiveism" in a book to be published October 15 by Henry Regnery, Chicago publisher. Buckley accuses his alma mater of fostering the two creeds "under the protective label 'academic freedom.'"
Buckley, ex-Yalie, Lashes Out at Alma Mater's Academic Liberty
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