Education: Counterattack (Cont'd)

U.S. educators had made it clear that they were thoroughly fed up: the hunt for subversive influences on the campus had gotten out of hand (TIME, June 27). Last week, two more college presidents cried halt.

The University of Chicago's Robert M. Hutchins could see nothing but harm coming from this "cloak-and-stiletto work . . . [It] will not merely mean that many persons will suffer for acts that they did not commit, or for acts that were legal when committed, or for no acts at all. Far worse is the end result, which will be that critics, even of the mildest...

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