Crimson Academic Freedom Supplement Appears Today
In today's CRIMSON the editors present the fifth annual Academic Freedom Survey, appearing on pages M-1 through M-12. An analysis of the problems posed by Congressional investigations and the Fifth Amendment, selected instances of academic freedom violations, and a consideration of "The Counter-attack" are included.
Tomorrow a feature on the Corporation choice for the Presidency, Nathan Marsh Pusey '28, will appear. This four-page feature, prepared for the CRIMSON by correspondent Arthur J. Langguth, will describe both Pusey and Lawrence College.